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Short Fairy Poems

Short Fairy Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Fairy by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Fairy by length and keyword.


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Short Fairy poem by Another Poet| Details |

Neverland

Lost In Neverland
The Joy of Eternal Youth
Wanderer not lost

Copyright © Another Poet | Year Posted 2016

Short Fairy poem by RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY| Details |

Sara Lisa Sue

Sara Lisa Sue
The evening spent with children
Living fairytale

Copyright © RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY | Year Posted 2015

Short Fairy poem by ismath haakifa| Details |

The kiss

As I hid In the imperial snowy woods, His kiss crowned me queen 
-Ism

Copyright © ismath haakifa | Year Posted 2016

Short Fairy poem by sefora baza| Details |

Gazing to the beyond

Star gazing
Shooting star
Make a wish
May come true
Time will tell.

Copyright © sefora baza | Year Posted 2015

Short Fairy poem by Marissa Faries| Details |

Pearls Of Wisdom

Adorn with magical crystal pearls,
Her eyes glistening as though wells.

Copyright © Marissa Faries | Year Posted 2016

Short Fairy poem by Marissa Faries| Details |

Witch Doctor

All I need are some pills and crystals.
Prescriptions which are mystical.

Copyright © Marissa Faries | Year Posted 2016

Short Fairy poem by GOBINDA SAHOO| Details |

LIGHTNING

Blinding glare all over
In azure wolf’s pretension
Dreaming pristine globe.

Copyright © GOBINDA SAHOO | Year Posted 2015

Short Fairy poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

FUNNY GUY

love your style
it goes for miles
here's why
you make me smile
your
FUNNY GUY

Copyright © kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr | Year Posted 2014

Short Fairy poem by Xuefeng Pan| Details |

A fairy tale

A Fairy Sings in a Glade
Seeing suddenly the dancing Glare
She becomes Glad
And Glee

Copyright © Xuefeng Pan | Year Posted 2016

Short Fairy poem by James Inman| Details |

Fairy Dreams


through wisps of star dust she flies on nacreous wings her light burns so bright

Copyright © James Inman | Year Posted 2016

Short Fairy poem by Volodymyr Knyr| Details |

Fairy-tales

Exclusively and only fairy-tales,
that's what a baby-kisser aye retails.

Volodymyr Knyr
2017

Copyright © Volodymyr Knyr | Year Posted 2017

Short Fairy poem by Barbara Campbell| Details |

Limerick Be Wary

Busty lusty was dusty
Fiesty fairy musty
Along came Flirty
Looking all dirty
Randy Rusty got gusty!

Copyright © Barbara Campbell | Year Posted 2017

Short Fairy poem by DebbySue Guenther | Details |

The Sky Faerie

She paints
The clouds with hues
Of amethyst and gold
Then swoops to dust my eyes with pure
Delight.

Copyright © DebbySue Guenther | Year Posted 2016

Short Fairy poem by Marco Bing| Details |

The Sunflower Mystery

We all saw the sunflowers turn their heads by day
But who saw the fairies turn them 'round the other way?

Copyright © Marco Bing | Year Posted 2014

Short Fairy poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

SPRING FLOWER

you got me hook
i love your look
it cooks
my eyes or book
on you too for hours
your my
SPRING FLOWER

Copyright © kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr | Year Posted 2014

Short Fairy poem by Marco Bing| Details |

The Sunflower Mystery: solved

Pixies in the fields, not fairies from the skies,
Turn sunflowers facing East with well-trained fireflies!

Copyright © Marco Bing | Year Posted 2014

Short Fairy poem by Rhoda Monihan| Details |

Belief in God

atPeter Pan is real, flies and is a universality, 
Who has moral purpose through his story
Do I believe in Peter Pan? 

Copyright © Rhoda Monihan | Year Posted 2015

Short Fairy poem by Nigel Fox| Details |

The Man who never was

Last night I dreamt a dreary dream
Beyond the clashing rocks 
I saw a dead man win a fight 
And I think that man was I

Copyright © Nigel Fox | Year Posted 2014

Short Fairy poem by Diana Leger| Details |

Oh Come Ye Child

Oh come ye child
To the land of the fey
Where dragons roam
And fairies play
Where the music is 
Both soft and wild
Oh come, oh come
Oh come ye child!

Copyright © Diana Leger | Year Posted 2016

Short Fairy poem by Glory Winzer| Details |

The Land of Fae

Hazy mountains far beyond
A fast dark river away
The stars are pinned within the night
Trapped in the realm of Fae

©Copyright 2015. All rights reserved.

Copyright © Glory Winzer | Year Posted 2015

Short Fairy poem by Milan Georges Burovac| Details |

21st

my vertical delirium
pass by 21st dimension
where vibrates the substance
pure layer of the infinity
who hides the God
and his absolute lights
for my astral soul

Copyright © Milan Georges Burovac | Year Posted 2015

Short Fairy poem by Harlow Yappen| Details |

Fall Couplet

I like to look for the fall fae,
and I love to play in the leaves all day!

Sorry I'm not that good at couplets. It's actually my first one! Hope you like!
~Harlow

Copyright © Harlow Yappen | Year Posted 2016

Short Fairy poem by JEAN MURRAY| Details |

PADDY THE LEPRECHAUN

There once was a Leprechaun Paddy
who it's said was the spit of his daddy.
With orange skin and red hair,
he looked really rare.
Like Trump when he was a wee caddy.

Copyright © JEAN MURRAY | Year Posted 2017

Short Fairy poem by Carrie White| Details |

They showed me

Inverted life
you come to me
upside down reality
beyond my control
backwards I speak
language of choice
Now I see you
the blue daisies showed me
I may go home now

Copyright © Carrie White | Year Posted 2015

Short Fairy poem by Katherine Stella| Details |

Oh Your Tricky

once was an tricky old leprechaun
colored blarney stone with neon crayons
so much for gift of gab
I just hailed down a cab
and ran over that fairytail icon






Copyright © Katherine Stella | Year Posted 2014