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Cinderella Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
SSDD Eric Cover Free verse cinderella,
Void spaces Ibohal Kshetrimayum I do not know? cinderella, child abuse, chocolate, christian,
Cindrella returned Debjani Mitra Rispetto cinderella, moon,
ploughing jan oskar hansen Blank verse anger, beach, cinderella, color,
Telling White Lies matthew harris Ballad cinderella, abuse, age, america, child
a burning doll house jan oskar hansen Blank verse cinderella, absence, abuse, age, allusion,
Premium Member Poem NICE SPEAKING Muhammad Safa Thajudeen Blank verse blessing, caregiving, character, cinderella,
Fear Ibohal Kshetrimayum I do not know? cinderella, change, character, child abuse,
Veiled Terrorism Debjani Mitra Enclosed Rhyme abuse, bullying, cinderella, depression,
status quo dido ch Sonnet cinderella, endurance,
FANTASY WORLD 2 Anyabolu Ifeanyi Gentle Romanticism cinderella, crush, desire, princess,
A mile a minute Mr Myst3ry Romanticism angst, beautiful, blessing, cinderella,
happy for some jan oskar hansen Blank verse 12th grade, cinderella, deep,
the girl, the pearl tamer hossam ABC care, cinderella, fairy, fantasy,
Merciful Deceased Mother Father Twill See Thee Anon matthew harris Elegiac Lyric cinderella, forgiveness, funeral, goodbye,
Shadow Me Not Joy Payne I do not know? christian, cinderella, conflict, friendship,
the mystery of religion jan oskar hansen Blank verse absence, allusion, betrayal, cinderella,
christmas carols jan hansen Blank verse abuse, blue, cinderella,
Thankful RA Shagun Free verse cinderella, love, nature, romantic,
Premium Member Poem Nothing Left arthur vaso Free verse art, cinderella, courage, evil,
The Riviera Of Belonging Subimal Sinha-Roy Rhyme analogy, cinderella, love, passion,
In the Company of Kings, You Will Be Lycia Harding Shape career, celebrity, cinderella, inspirational,
You could be in Love David Smith Romanticism beautiful, blessing, care, cinderella,
We shall talk again Leo Mbalamana Personification cinderella, art, blessing, blue, character,
A Fair Maiden GLEN GALATOVICH Narrative beautiful, cinderella, dedication, imagination,
Fragments of my memories moha lakers ABC cinderella, africa, allusion, beautiful, best
Premium Member Poem SEA Line Gauthier Haiku cinderella, green, nature, sound,
Premium Member Poem Her Prince Will Come Caren Krutsinger Quatrain cinderella, hero,
Premium Member Poem Waiting For A Princess Caren Krutsinger Rhyme cinderella,
A FADING QUEEN John Arribas Rhyme analogy, celebrity, cinderella, heartbreak,
Laila Aliza Kashmala Kiran Romanticism cinderella, girlfriend, princess, soulmate,
All She Needs Kelly Hitchcock Lyric abuse, angel, cinderella, dad,
Premium Member Poem SLIPPING Line Gauthier Senryu child, cinderella, fantasy, girl,
Premium Member Poem 2018 FIFA World Cup Croatia vs England Semi-Final Mark Toney Tanka cinderella, england, football, international,
More K.S. LAKSHMI Rhyme cinderella, evil, fairy, fantasy,
I LOVE YOU Damilola Muyideen Epic beauty, cinderella, cute, emotions,
Stabbed back in the love Dawa Zangpo Blank verse cinderella, anniversary, anti bullying, bangla,
Premium Member Poem Refurbished Fairy Tales: Cinderella, if the shoe fits, Part Three Jim Slaughter Light Verse cinderella, confusion, fairy, humor,
Premium Member Poem Refurbished Fairy Tales: Cinderella, if the shoe fits, Part Two Jim Slaughter Light Verse cinderella, humor, true love,
Premium Member Poem Refurbished Fairy Tales: Cinderella, if the shoe fits, Part One Jim Slaughter Light Verse cinderella, fairy, humor, magic,
Premium Member Poem SUCH A PRETTY GIRL ANNIE BELL She lived Her Fairy Tale James Edward Lee Sr. Dramatic Verse cinderella, black african american, black
Premium Member Poem FORGIVENESS FEELS LIKE A ROTTED GRAVE JAN ALLISON Free verse cinderella, deep, money, sister,
a lost girls fairy tale stephanie warrillow Free verse cinderella,
From Now on Sammy Dee Free verse angst, anxiety, beautiful, cinderella,
Erroneous Enamor Kyle N. Sampson I do not know? beauty, care, character, cinderella,
Fantasy Theresa Dunn I do not know? blue, cinderella,
Premium Member Poem SHOES OF THE PRINCESS James Edward Lee Sr. Haiku character, cinderella, nursery rhyme,
Trival Interests Allan Terry Blank verse business, celebration, character, cinderella,
You are my Halal Nikkah Everlasting life partner: Aliza Kashmala Kiran Romanticism best friend, cinderella, cute
Premium Member Poem THE REAL STORY Line Gauthier Monorhyme adventure, cinderella, fantasy, fun,

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Cinderella Poem Example

Childhood dreams part 1

When I was a child
Everything was magical
Full of mystery and the unknown
I read hundreds of books
The library my haven
My home
Hours upon hours
Night and day
I read and got lost in text
They supplied me with adventures
Secret journeys
Fun and fairy tales
I absorbed the words like a sponge
The books were my food
I devoured chapters of verse
Engrossed in paper previously trees
Entered my own little world

In my childhood dreams
Fairies were my friends
We played hop scotch on stumps of old trees
Jumped gaily across ponds
Using lily pads as our stepping stones
We stopped to talk to frogs and toads 
Who sung in chorus
As we made our way along 
We threw leaves in the air with glee
I danced in the rain
With pixies and elves
Gnomes and leprechauns gently teased
No hate or malice is allowed here
Just happiness and lots of cheer

Together we played hide and seek
The invisible creatures cheated of course!
“That’s not fair!” we all cry
“It’s only a game!” They reply
We forgive them 
It’s all part of their charm
We chased each other through dense woodlands and trees
The bright round moon giving us some light
It was dark and spooky
But exciting at the same time
We were happy 
Having fun
I wanted to dream day and night

The pixies were a bit naughty
Used to hide the keys to doors
But we were all magical in my dreams
We walked straight through them
Keys were just objects
We became like shadows we 
Shimmering through walls
Like ghosts 
And ghouls
The pixies played tricks on us
They lay in wait behind trees
Jumping out on springy green legs
They frighten us with a start
The fairies reprimand them
But pixies do not care
The tiny creatures laugh their pointed shoes off
And they run along
To another dark place
To startle us once again

The gnomes are round bodied and happy
All dressed the same
In floppy hats and wide belts
Stand in your garden perfectly still
They guard it from all things bad with pride
But they hide a secret as well
They run around your garden
Moving objects from their place
They play leapfrog on toadstools
Knock on your door and run away
You will never hear them
Or see them indeed
They are invisible to most at play

The gnomes chase the bees away
They want the honey for themselves
To eat on toast 
Or give Winnie the Pooh
They guard the flowers
Like neighbourhood watch
Miniature security guards
Less than a foot tall
They stop deathly still
Looking like statues 
As soon as they know you are there

The garden is a haven
For birds and animals alike
And the tiny magical creatures
Keep everything so bright
The fairies give it colour
The pixies provide aroma
Witches make the potions
To fertilise the earth
The sun shines down to bless it
Making it all look nice
Everyone helps in their own little way
And at night it comes alive

Fairies would take me to their home
Deep within dense bushes they live
At the bottom of an old tree
A tiny door is hidden in the stump
I shrink so I will fit in the door
Oh my days it’s so pretty inside
A never ending cave full of twinkling lights
Jewels gleam and shine within the walls
The floor is glittering with grains of gold
The sky is the ceiling
Bright shining stars challenge the blackness of the night
The paths are lined with flowers
The colours of the rainbow in full bloom
The fairies and I skip along
Arm in arm
To a kingdom far beyond
We slide up rainbows here
To get from place to place 
And back down the other side
A rollercoaster of dreams you could say
The little leprechauns help us 
They are our guide

In my childhood dreams fairy tales came true
I met Cinderella at the ball
Looking beautiful in her gown
A pale shade of baby blue
It sparkled as she danced 
Trailing behind her along the ground
Swirling as her Prince Charming swung her around
In tune to the music
Sung by her friends who had helped her in the past
When her life was hard
She scrubbed floors till she was sore
While her sisters laughed on full of scorn

I met her fairy godmother too
Floating in on a cloud to attend
A lace dress of pure white
With diamonds that glistened 
It sparkled like a million lights
She was elegant
Spoke softly and slowly
She was calming and had grace
Her hair was as white as snow
Her eyes as blue as ice
Her magic wand twinkled as she cast her spells of love 
Conjuring all things nice

Snow White was there
With seven dwarves of course
Grumpy attended
He didn’t look happy
To go I suspect he was forced
Bashful met a beautiful girl
He was too shy to ask her out
He had met Cinderella before
He loved her but from afar
But he was happy she was happy
With her new groom the prince
They looked beautiful together
And shined like stars

Aladdin wasn’t invited
Because of the forty thieves
The tortoise got there early
Just plodded along with no rush
The hare raced past him but wore himself out
Plenty of time he could afford
He had a quick sleep
The tortoise strolled past
And arrived at the castle before
The hare was late
Had a very red face
Always in a hurry
He never ever learns
And always underestimates

Jack climbed up his beanstalk instead of the stairs
Because the castle was so tall
At the top of the beanstalk were where giants lived
The biggest ones of all
He arrived with a present
More beans wrapped in gold
They looked like sweets
With wrappers shiny and bright
Cinderella was impressed and she smiled
She asked Jack if she could use his beanstalk
He said “Of course be my guest!”
She walked over to her ugly sisters
Told them stories of great riches and the rest
Of jewels and princes too
Of kingdoms they could own
Their greed will be the end of them
Their fate they could not know
We all laughed silently
As the ugly sisters climbed the dense
Their screams heard by kingdoms beyond
As Cinderella took her revenge
Using the Woodmans axe as her aid
She chopped the beanstalk down by half
Her sisters fell
The giants landing on top of them
Squashing them
Her revenge made

Goldilocks was there
With the three bears
Daddy, mummy and baby too
They didn’t like the party food
And there was no porridge in any bowl
Baby bear started crying
Until the fairy godmother came along
She waved her twinkly magic wand again
Three bowls of porridge appear in an instant
The bears tucked in happily
But Goldilocks had to decline
She told me she’s sick of porridge
I told her I feel the same way inclined
We all danced the night away happily
Took turns to fly with Peter Pan
It was way too late for the kids to be up
But Wendy sneaked out anyway
She flew there with Peter in the dark
Her hair was messed up
The wind blew it wild
But she was happy to be there
Cinderella was her friend
She wouldn’t have missed it for the world

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