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Fairy Poems

Fairy Poems. Read and share great examples of poetry about fairies. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for fairy.

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Premium Member The Hidden Elementals
the hidden ones delight my senses
increase my smell nodules
exude expectations
of what faeries, pixies and muses can do

The hidden ones help me prance in my head
keeping me in a happy place
as I listen while smiling
thinking about my faeries, pixies and muses

The...Read More
Categories: fairy, fantasy,
Form: Free verse



Land for Dreamers
An unknown place that filled my empty place with temptation and desires just waiting to be foretold. 
Land of dreamers I may have roamed yet lost and eager to find. I look around and see Ray's of sunshine peeking through...Read More
Categories: deep, dream, fairy, fantasy, for him, lust,
Form: I do not know?
My envious sister
My envious sister

My envious sister 
 A clear gap between my sister and I
Two years ago my sister beat a lot of competitors
Entering SNU was a challenge 
like American students entering Harvard univeristy
The sky will impress you with your sincerity
For...Read More
Categories: fairy, feelings, sister,
Form: Free verse
Musing Over Afternoon Tea
Whatever happened
To afternoon tea
Served around four o-clock
It used to be a daily ceremony

Out came a pretty cloth
From an old sideboard drawer
To put on a small table
Used many times before

On to this table
Doylies and napkins placed
Precisely and carefully
There was no need...Read More
Categories: fairy, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme
The Spiritual Warrior
The spiritual warrior can free the world of fear.  Standing bravely, meeting death eye to eye, as if it were an illusion.  The east says that life is but the manifested dreams of ego, but it is more...Read More
Categories: fairy, love,
Form: Dramatic Monologue



Premium Member Acorn Pixie and the Lazy Cat
Acorn Pixie was well hidden at first
But then she jumped when something burst.
She shrieked a bit and jumped once too.
Something pixies never ought to do.

Hey! Was that a faerie? A fairy hunter did ask.
He was formidable, with a gun, holding...Read More
Categories: fairy, fantasy, write, writing,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Remembering Elm Street
Remembering Elm Street

Take my hand – follow the plan,
Let’s go for a walk down wide Spruce Street;
Friends to play with and neighbors to greet 
But now that we see all that we can
Let’s turn the corner and go to Elm...Read More
Categories: fairy, adventure, childhood, fun,
Form: Verse
The Ballad of Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping Beauty, Sleeping Beauty,
your kingdom will fall into disarray 
Sleeping Beauty, Sleeping Beauty,
if you don't wake up today
Sleeping Beauty, Sleeping Beauty,
it's been a month or two or four
Sleeping Beauty, Sleeping Beauty,
people are sleeping on the floor.

The village people cannot move
immobile...Read More
Categories: dark, fairy,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Bread And Pickles
Buy a loaf of pumpernickel
At the local grocery store,
I have onions to pickle,
We had some with that bread before.

Our taste buds will really tickle,
And make the pickling worth the chore,
When I add some stinging prickle
That grows outside our cottage door.

Feb...Read More
Categories: fairy, food,
Form: Lay
The Second Curse of the Horny Toad
Happily Never After (the Second Curse of the Horny Toad)
by Michael R. Burch

He did not think of love of Her at all
frog-plangent nights, as moons engoldened roads
through crumbling stonewalled provinces, where toads
(nee princes) ruled in chinks and grew so small
at...Read More
Categories: fairy, allegory, analogy, animal, extended metaphor, fantasy, lust,
Form: Sonnet
Why Me
Why Me?? 

I was flying above the clouds like a fairy with shiny wings
And was talking to the rising moon like a little pheasant 
When my mother woke me up from my dream 
To have breakfast with my favorite cream
Today...Read More
Categories: fairy, abuse, child abuse, evil, murder, rap,
Form: Rhyme
My song
I cleared my mind. 
Now there's more than just harmony. 
I can't list everything, 
Then the song appeared like lightning. 

Rock is playing in my soul, 
On the innermost notes of the heart. 
My song will knock you down, 
You...Read More
Categories: fairy, magic, music, poems, song,
Form: Verse
Premium Member hickory trees hide faeries
wind comes out smiling
hickory trees blowing leaves
faerie wings twinkle


...Read More
Categories: fairy, tree,
Form: Haiku
Rapunzel
Rapunzel
by Michael R. Burch

Regret,
a bitter
ache to bear...

once starlight
languished
in your hair...

a shining there
as brief
as rare.

Regret...
a pain
I chose to bear...

unleash
the torrent
of your hair...

and show me
once again?
how rare.

Keywords/Tags: Rapunzel, Hair, Locks, Tresses, Mane, Torrent, Beauty, Tower, Absence, Seclusion, Isolation, Imprisonment, Captivity, Love, Regret,...Read More
Categories: fairy, absence, allegory, analogy, beauty, break up, cinderella,
Form: Verse
About love
Misty distances beckon me again. 
They show me patterns of love, 
But my eyes don't hold anything, 
My thoughts are not in the clouds. 

I don't remember warm hands at all, 
That once warmed my shoulders. 
Sing cold, Blizzard, you're...Read More
Categories: fairy, love, truth,
Form: Verse
Nymph
Myth in a moment till that moment believed
Magic where wide eyes and open heart agree
Nymph in floating steps bright as sun on the sea

Green turns her slender form if form be free
Melody to all that's hushed in the trees
Wild as...Read More
Categories: beautiful, fairy, myth, spring,
Form: Romanticism
Invisible Fairies
Where do fairies go?
At the end of the day
Do they go somewhere
That we don't know of
Far far away

Fairies are mysterious
And pleasant to the eye
I find it very curious
That we can never spy

These elusive little things
No matter how hard we try
How...Read More
Categories: fairy, 1st grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Winter Faeries
Faeries are prancing on the snow 
Glittering in a glowing rainbow kind of way
Their blue wings shining in cold shadows
Warmth forthcoming in the spring

But not yet, so now they play
Slipping in and under drifts 
Showing tiny bits of blue
To those...Read More
Categories: fairy, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Dragon Queen
Mistress Mairead, our dragon queen,
who dwells in a realm, rarely seen;
and cares for us dragons when we need,
love, affection, healing and feed.

A mighty empress who guards our lot,
from the dangers that humans wrought.
Her castle stands among the hills,
north of the...Read More
Categories: fairy, fantasy, myth, poems, poetry,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member To Dead Heart O Valentine Come
I’m dead in my heart
you killed me by the sword lips
oh! what a killer sight you have
I’m banned in my heart 
O beauty
you sovereign my poetry

I’m ruined in your cheek dimple,
your neckline locks me up like the snake mating
through the...Read More
Categories: fairy, lost love, love, love hurts, valentines day,
Form: Free verse
Reality Check
Farewell to dreams
    and fairy tales.
You're all you have
    when all else fails.
Illusions come
    but always end.
Depend on you,
    your one true friend.
Get strong and vow
  ...Read More
Categories: fairy, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
the daffodil folk
the daffodil folk
by Michael R. Burch

to live among the daffodil folk...
slip down the rainslickened drainpipe...
suddenly pop out
the GARGANTUAN SPOUT...
minuscule as alice, shout
yippee-yi-yee!
in wee exultant glee
to be leaving behind the LARGE
THREE-DENALI GARAGE.

Published by Andwerve and Bewildering Stories as "escape!" This poem...Read More
Categories: change, cinderella, city, culture, daffodils, fairy, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A WISH FOR FISH
A WISH FOR ALL FISH

Washed up on shores around the world
Already dead, a whale, a dolphin a shark, 
All marine life is suffering, the situation
Has become absurd, 
The facts real and stark!
My Fairy God mother in my poem
Yes about a...Read More
Categories: fairy, fish,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member a Faerie on my Windowsill
A faerie on my windowsill
Carried pink roses from the hill

A pirouette she gave to me
Delicate dainty as she could be

Locks of gold and silver too
Looked beautiful against her blue

Her face an oval deeply set
How much prettier could she get?

She smiled...Read More
Categories: fairy, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Moon Fairy Plays Her Flute
Pure magic, the August night the day Moon Fairy sat on Fossil Moon.
Aquamarine eyes slowly closed as she began playing dolphins swoon.
Diamond stars began to prance around her in a lovely endearing way.
Her song was uplifting and enlightening, bringing about...Read More
Categories: fairy, moon,
Form: Rhyme