Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Fairy Dust Magic

Wild open meadows
The wind through the trees
Bright shiny bubbles
A warm summer breeze

Raindrops that spatter
Snowflakes that freeze
Dewdrops on flowers
As soft as you please

Soft clouds in blue skies
The whoosh of a sneeze
Colors of rainbows
The flying trapeze

All of the wonders
That everyday please
Fairy dust magic
Is seen in all these!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Hot Fairies on a Cold Night

A sky full of stars
On a frosty cold night
The heavens are twinkling
To the fairies' delight.

Around their wee fires
They sing and they dance
And both of the genders
Warm up with romance.

Indifferent to cold
Unaware of the snow
Away to their cozy beds
In couples they go.

And all through the night
Twinkling stars up above
Look down on the magic
Of hot fairy love.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Midnight Magic

The brightness of the moon
Shining down on the fae
The twinkling stars
And the trees that sway
Weave magic in the air
As they dance and sing
And float upon
A sparkling wing.


Hidden behind trees
The children see
All the joy
And the mystery
Of tiny creatures
That mesmerize
Then disappear
Before their eyes!


©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

All Upon A Fairy Day

All upon a fairy day
The shining sun, the fresh mown hay
Golden sparkles fill the air
We dance about without a care.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Fairies in the Night

As twinkling fairies light the night
And raindrops softly fall,
A froggy chorus fills the air;
I hear a lonely cricket call.

Sparkling fae and earthy sounds;
My aching heart finds peace.
Surrounded by such loveliness
All my inner struggles cease.

Stop and listen, rest your mind,
Hear the happy sounds;
There's fairy magic all around,
And sweetest life abounds.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Fairies in the Storm

A fierce storm is upon us,
We do not dare to fly;
Raindrops pelt down on the earth,
Lightning falls from the sky.

Huddled beneath a toadstool,
Shivering under a flower,
We try to pass the time away
Hour by tedious hour.

Will the sun come out at last
And darkness turn to day?
Will the black clouds dissipate,
Or ever blow away?

Here we sit with wings gone limp
From damp and heavy air,
Waiting for the storm to pass
And end our dark despair.

There's hope still for the fairies,
For those with tender hearts;
Deep within we know it:
The true light ne'er departs.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Goody Goody Gumdrop

Goody goody gumdrop
A Fairy and a lollypop
Sweet as they can be,
Underneath a tree.

Colorful and sparkling
Make me want to dance and sing;
Laugh and jump and play,
Melt my cares away.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Fairy, Fairy

Fairy, fairy, so depressed,
Too weary to get up and dressed,
Staying there in bed all day
Will never get you better pay.

Fairy, fairy, you must try,
Even if you have to lie
And tell yourself things are okay
When they really just don't feel that way.

Fairy, fairy, in your heart
You know you have to play the part
Until the life is manifest
That makes you feel your very best.

So go ahead and make your day,
There really is no other way;
It's up to you, your very self,
To rise and wake your inner elf.

Make the magic...just believe
You still have tricks stashed up your sleeve;
Set a smile upon your face,
That will help you find the grace.

Believing is what makes it so,
As was said so long ago;
Take the stage, and do it now,
Play your part and take a bow.

Fairy, fairy, rise and shine!
The world is yours, don't sit and whine;
Find the glitter, seek the glow,
Let it fill you, head to toe.

Fairy, fairy, it is time,
To make your inner world sublime;
The outer world will fall in line,
Go plant your magic beanstalk vine!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Soft as Snow

Soft as snow the fairies came,
Flittered to and fro;
Light as gossamer they sang,
‘Twould make your heart to glow.
Sparkling hair and tiny wings
Twittered all around;
And their little tippie toes
Never touched the ground.
All around us every day
Their magic still abounds;
So hush the noise and listen to
Their lovely fairy sounds!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

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Sunday, July 18, 2010

An Unfair Fairy

What is a fairy
When it isn't fair?
Does it become an unfairy?

Why does a fairy
Refuse to share?
Has it become uncarey?

Who tells the unfairy
What is not fair?
Is their a fairness fairy?

Does the unfair fairy
Even care?
Is it unawarey?

If the unfairy
Begins to care,
Is it then more fairy?

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

The Pondering Fairy

Alone a fairy sits
In the evening light,
Pondering the world
And the coming night.

What makes the stars,
And whence the sun;
Who invented laughter
And having fun?

Is the forest silent
When nobody's there;
Is there really a world
Where all can share?

Deep in thought
She nods her head,
Thinking it's time
To go to bed.

So off she goes
In pursuit of dreams,
Hoping for answers
Among the moonbeams.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Friday, July 16, 2010

The Midnight Fairy

The midnight fairy
Hovers between
The day to come
And the one that's been.

Balanced on the edge
Of future and past,
The present moment
Cannot last.

Like the fae
It's here and gone;
Another one comes
To carry on.

Yet the midnight
Will again appear,
And so will the fairy
We hold so dear.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Fairies in the Wind

A soft breeze blows
O'er the garden wall;
The flowers sway,
One and all.

Above them the fairies
Fly all around,
Leaving only their shadows
Upon the ground.

Behind them, sparkles
Fill the air,
On this warm sunny day
Without a care.

The lovely wind,
The sparkling fae,
It's all so magic
In a wonderful way.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

The Most Beautiful Fairy

The fairies had a contest
To find the one most fair,
The one whose awesome beauty
Had none that could compare.

They all got so excited,
Who would the winner be?
Would it be another fairy,
Or could it even be me?

There was lots of primping,
Curling and flowing hair,
Fancy wings and dresses,
All done up with such care.

When finally the time arrived,
The prize-awarding day,
They all agree who the winner was:
A brand new baby fae!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Friday, July 9, 2010

The Summer Fairies

Early in the day the fairies rise,
Wipe the sleep from their morning eyes;
Have a breakfast of sparkles and dew,
Then go out to the garden, their work to do.

As the sun rises high, their lunch they eat,
Then lie in the shade for a little sleep;
As the bees buzz around their sleepy heads,
Fallen flower petals are their soft little beds.

In the afternoon again they awake,
Put away their tools so they don't rust or break;
And now is the time to dance and play,
So, to the woods, without delay!

Here among the trees so green,
Where the air is cool, is the fairy queen;
Together they make a merry time,
With fairy dances and songs sublime.

And as the sun begins to set,
The fairies prepare for the sweetest time yet;
They build a warm and cosy fire
To cook their dinner on before they retire.

Around its warmth and lovely smell,
They sit in a circle, and tales they tell,
Of sparkles and magic and butterfly wings,
Of mystery and wonders, and all kinds of things!

When their bellies are full, and the fire dies down,
It's time to go home to a soft nightgown;
They bid goodnight to their queen so fair,
And home they go in the crisp night air.

In their beds all safe and warm
They dream sweet dreams until the dawn;
And again they wake to a summer's day,
To work and laugh and dance and play!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

The Little Lost Fairy

One day I heard a crying noise
Like a kitten newly born,
The sound was so mysterious
And very much forlorn.

I looked around the garden
Until finally I found
A tiny little fairy
Hiding on the ground.

She sat upon a fallen leaf,
Tears fell from her eyes,
Her shoulders shook with sobbing,
I could not stop her cries.

So I sang her a sweet lullaby
My mother sang to me,
And patiently I waited
Beneath a shady tree.

When all her tears had fallen,
She wiped her little face,
Opened up her tiny eyes,
And looked about the place.

Her face was filled with puzzlement,
For she had no idea
Just exactly where she was,
Or how she'd gotten here.

While picking juicy berries
For a tasty little pie,
She'd somehow wandered off too far
She told me with a sigh.

How to get back home again
Perplexed the fairy so,
For which way home and mother were
She really didn't know.

A tiny little fairy,
So lost and all alone,
Too young to be so far away,
Of course I'd help her home!

Together we went looking
Till finally we found
A worried fairy mother
Crying the saddest sound.

Finally reunited,
They hugged, and cried, and laughed,
And baked a yummy berry pie,
The tears all in the past.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

The Simple Country Fairy

She helps with all the milking,
And lightens all the chores,
All the while she's singing;
Soap suds she adores!

She's oh so very helpful,
And makes the work day fun;
I never see her resting,
From morn till setting sun.

I love my little fairy
Who helps me all the day,
My lighthearted companion,
A simple country fae.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Fairy on My Windowsill

A fairy came to me one day,
Sat on my windowsill,
Folded up her wings and sat
Very, very still.

I wondered at her presence there,
What she came to see,
And I wondered, most of all,
Why she'd chosen me.

She never said a single word,
Just looked me in the eye,
Then suddenly was up and gone,
And didn't say goodbye.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

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Monday, July 5, 2010

Fairies Dance in Gardens Green

A special treat today! A simple fairy poem I wrote and illustrated.



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Sunday, July 4, 2010

A Fairy's Treasure

Hidden in the forest deep
Is a fairy's secret treasure,
Magic gems of emerald green
And softest, clearest azure.

Away from peering eyes she keeps
Her bright enchanted stones,
Along with other keepsakes
And some very special wishbones.

To keep her prized possessions safe
From those she cannot trust,
She sprinkles on the rocks and flowers
Protective fairy dust.

And when it is the proper time
She takes from her precious store
A bit of something mystical
To help a spirit soar.

For she isn't at all greedy
In storing up her treasure;
It's saved for times of truest need,
Then given in generous measure.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

The Cloud Fairies

Look up at the clouds one day
Tell me what you see there;
A child upon a tricycle,
An elephant, a bear?

When I look at clouds I see
The magic of the fae
Floating on the gentle breeze
All along the way.

In every shape and size they come,
They sit, they dance, they fly;
Appear and then just fade away,
Way up in the sky.

How I'd like to join them,
Float upon the air;
Come and go as soft winds blow,
All without a care!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Friday, July 2, 2010

The Too Bad Fairy Boy

Look out for that fairy,
He is up to no good;
He's flying all over
The whole neighborhood
Playing his pranks
And stirring up trouble;
Let's all try to get him
Away on the double!
For he isn't a kind
Or a good little fae,
He's bound and determined
To ruin your day!
While we don't mind
One small joke or another
He's really too much,
And I tell you, oh brother,
You better watch out
For that dastardly one;
His jokes, put it simply,
Are no kind of fun.
I think we will manage,
We'll all be just fine,
If we don't have to wonder
Who's lurking behind,
Just waiting to startle
With mischief and mayhem.
I tell you, quite truly,
We'll be happier without him!
Go away, you bad fairy,
We don't want you 'round here.
Then poof! He just vanished,
And the air became clear.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

The Fairy's Song

All the day long
The fairy sings
Her song,
And in the night
Her tune is pure
Delight.

When she feels glum
And music just
Won't come,
She gives a sigh
As the long hours
Roll by.

Let's raise the tune
And she will join
Us soon;
To fill her heart
She only needs
A start.

Her voice will lift
And out will come
Her gift:
The melody
That fills our hearts
With glee.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Three Little Fairies

Three little fairies
Wearing gold, pink, and green.
They're the loveliest fairies
I ever have seen!

The one dressed in gold
Shines as bright as the sun;
And though she can dazzle,
She's also quite fun!

And just feast your eyes
On the greenly-clad fairy;
Her natural beauty
Is extraordinary!

The sweet fae in soft pink,
She is lovelier still,
With tendrils of silver
On her head like a hill.

Their unsurpassed beauty,
I say with a sigh,
Is matched by their grace
As they dance and they fly.

I hope you are fortunate
Someday to see,
These three lovely fairies,
I'm sure you'll agree!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Fairies Everywhere

Wherever you go, here or there,
Fairies are found most everywhere!
Up in the mountains, as high as the sky,
Look and you'll see some fairies go by.
Or visit the broad and dusty plains,
Where you'll see the fairies that bring the rains.
Then go to the oceans, look close at the whales,
You'll see fairies holding on tight to their tails!
And have I mentioned the forest green?
It's the loveliest place that fairies are seen,
Or maybe you find gardens lovelier still,
Oh yes, there will be some there, surely there will!
The rivers, the valleys, the hot desert sand,
Just look and you'll find them all over the land;
For fairies are found here and there, far and near,
Delighting all people with sparkly cheer!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Fairies in the Morning

Oh in the morning
The fairies rise,
Wipe the sleep
From their dreamy eyes,
Wake to face
Another day,
Filled with wonder
And come-what-may.

They yawn and stretch,
Unfurl their wings,
And rise to see
What the new day brings,
Comb the tangles
From their hair,
Then open their windows
To the morning air.

And so the fairies
Start their day.
Just the same
As us, you say?
Except for the wings,
They are, you see,
Much the same
As you and me!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

A Hidden Fairy

A fairy is hiding somewhere near
I'm sure as sure can be;
There's magic sparkling in the air
And though I cannot see
The little pixie yet I know
That soon she'll come to me,
For under a toadstool I have set
Some tempting cakes and tea.

And if she doesn't show herself
Perhaps another day
She'll come and taste the lovely treats
And sit awhile, and stay;
I hope she'll be my fairy friend,
We'll laugh and sing and play,
And dance around the Maypole,
Then she'll freely fly away.

Because I know she will return
As friends we have become,
I needn't keep her in a jar
Like a ripened little plum,
For that would be so selfish,
And she'd be very glum;
She'll come back for the friendship,
And the tasty tidbits--yum!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

A Fairy Friend

Dance little fairy, sing me a song,
And I will prance and whistle along;
Together we'll make merriment,
Cavorting about until we're spent.

Then we'll sit and sip some tea,
Eat sweet cakes, and laugh with glee;
Oh, little fairy, dance and sing,
The birds will twitter and bluebells ring.

Joy and magic fills the day,
When a fun little fairy comes to play;
I hope you have a fairy friend,
And if not, well, just pretend!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Friday, June 25, 2010

A Sad Little Fairy

A sad little fairy sits all alone,
Her wings are tattered and torn;
The light in her eyes is growing dim,
She sighs and feels forlorn.

All her friends are far away,
Her family members, too;
Without a loved one close to her
How could she not be blue?

The sad little fairy wipes her eyes,
Begins to mend her wings,
And as she does a simple song
To herself she sings.

When her wings are whole again
Her heart has also mended,
And she sees clearly now, it's true,
Her life is far from ended.

She'll make new friends and visit the old
Who live in far-off lands;
Her happiness is up to her,
It all is in her hands.

So when you're feeling sad and blue
Remember the little fae;
Find a way to mend yourself,
And make a brighter day.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

The Fairy Light

The fairy light
Twinkles at night,
And shines
Throughout the day,
Illuminating
The path in darkness,
In daylight
Showing the way.

This magic light
Shines clear and bright,
In each
And every heart,
Leading us
To beauty and truth
In which
We can take part.

To the light
Set your sight,
Within you
And without,
To keep you
On a peaceful path,
Free from
Fear and doubt.

Become the light
Full of delight,
Your essence
Pure and true;
The luminescence
Guides you home,
To what's
Already you.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Fairies in a Circle

Dancing in a circle
The fairies laugh and sing;
They prance and play
Throughout the day,
Enjoying everything.

With tiny little feet
Around and 'round they go;
With happy sounds
Their joy abounds,
Banishing every woe.

Moving oh so freely
On the ground and in the air,
Their hearts take flight
Both day and night,
Releasing them from care.

Why are they so happy,
With spirits flying high?
They lighten up
From morn till sup,
And so could you and I!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

The Forest Fairy

A fairy wanders the forest
Visiting all the trees;
She leans her cheek to all their trunks
And looks at their soft green leaves.

She heals and protects the woodlands,
This gentle little fae;
She takes her work quite seriously,
And works both night and day.

For trees can quickly vanish,
Gone at the woodsman's hand;
It brings such tears to the fairie's eyes,
And leaves scars upon the land.

And for what are the precious woods
Cut down in their prime?
A chair, a door, a dollar?
To replace them takes much time.

So help the little fairy;
Do everything you can
To keep the trees where they belong
Helping environment and man.

Reduce, reuse, recycle
Isn't just for tree-hugging faes,
It's for all of us and our children,
And for those in the coming days.

Go take a walk in a forest,
Find a lovely tree to squeeze;
If the wandering fairy sees you
I'm sure she will be pleased!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Monday, June 21, 2010

The Fairy Song

Have you heard a tinkling sound
Like tiny bells a-ringing?
It just might be a happy tune
Wee fairies are a-singing!

Stop and get real quiet,
Listen with your heart;
Can you hear the melody?
Hearing it's an art.

It's just a matter of tuning in
There really is no magic
To hearing fairies sing a tune;
That we don't do it more is tragic.

Fairy voices give the world
Much happiness and joy,
To hear them should be daily fare
For every girl and boy.

People would be happier
If every single day
They paused their lives and took some time
To listen to the fae.

Open up your heart a bit,
And open up your mind,
Fairies may be singing to you
In voices sweet and kind.

Let their music shimmer
All throughout your being;
It can be quite healing
And also very freeing.

Fairy song unites us
With all the best of life,
So leave aside your toils,
Step outside your strife.

Join them in their chorus,
Sing the sweet refrain
Of life that's full of wonder;
You've everything to gain!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

A Fairy House

A sweet and tiny fairy house
Is hidden in the deepest woods;
I saw it just the other day
Far away from neighborhoods.

Inside there was a little fairy
Happy at her chores,
Caring not a bit for what
Was going on outdoors.

Perhaps it would have frightened her
To know that I was there,
But then again she might have brought
Some cookies out to share.

I want to go back another day
And leave a little treasure
Something sparkling and bright
To give the fairy pleasure.

Maybe someday we'll be friends,
That wee little fae and I;
The only way I'll ever know
Is to give it a gently try.

Till then I'll keep my distance
So she won't be scared away,
Until she knows I'll be her friend
And never will betray

The sweet and tiny fairy house
Which the deepest woods disguises;
If you find it, please be kind,
And you may get some fairy surprises!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

The Rainy Day Fairy

Beneath the leaves of a bright yellow flower
A fairy sits and listens to the shower
Of rain falling plip plop all around
On plants and rooftops and on the ground

Washing everything clean and clear
The trees, the houses, and even the air
So everything's fresh and sparkling like new
And covered with drops like morning dew.

Though clouds hide the sun, it's a pleasant day
Relaxing, refreshing, in every way
A time for renewal and quenching the thirst
Of the parched and dry and dusty earth.

As the fairy sits still and soaks it in
The sights and sounds cause her to grin;
She's happy to see within and without
The end of the long and weary drought

For she knows the rain and the sun take their turns,
An important lesson in life she has learned
To flow with the times, for she knows they will change
As rainbows and sunshine follow the rains.

In every moment there's something to gain
Like listening to the music of the falling rain;
Our wise fairy knows that life brings us showers
And she also knows that showers bring flowers.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Fairies Dance

Fairies in the meadow
Dance among the flowers
Sparkling with dewdrops
In the morning hours.

Fairies in the woodland
Dance among the trees
With a soft wind blowing
Easy as you please.

Fairies at the seaside
Dance in glittering sand
As the waves come gently
Lapping at the land.

Fairies on the hilltop
Dance in noonday sun
Sweet fresh air so lively
Adds to all their fun.

Fairies in the garden
Dance along the path
And in shady places
Sit and rest and laugh.

Fairies in the village
Dance out in the streets
With fresh baked bread aromas
And windows filled with treats.

Fairies in wee houses
Dance in evening's glow
All grows quiet 'round them
Like winter's fallen snow.

Fairies underneath the stars
Dance in moonbeams bright
As the little children
Sleep into the night.

Fairies everywhere today
Dance when e'er they can
Bringing joy and pleasure
To self and beast and man.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

The Shop-Till-You-Drop Fairy

A fairy went to town one day,
She needed several things,
Like ribbons for her flowing hair
And glitter for her wings.

Besides all her necessities
She found some other stuff,
Some pillows and soft coverlets,
And other kinds of fluff.

Also sparkling dishes,
Tidbits sweet to eat,
Lovely frocks with pockets,
Shoes for her tiny feet.

Tempted by their shine and glow,
Their lovely hues and flowers,
She gathered quite a lot that day,
And shopped and shopped for hours!

Then home she went with all her goods
Her feet and purse were tired,
She sat among her purchases
Feeling uninspired.

A cup of tea, a bite to eat,
A little bit of rest,
And once again the fairy
Was feeling quite her best.

And picking up a ribbon,
She tied it on her wrist,
Reminding her the next time
Go shopping with a list!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

The Elusive Fairy

Glitter, sparkle,
Twinkle, wink.
Is it a fairy?
Yes, I think!

Wings that shine
And a magic glow
Say that it is.
So, do you know

A good way to catch
And keep a fairy?
We'll have to be sly,
She'll be quite wary.

Let's get a fine net
And a pretty jar
To catch her before
She goes too far.

Oh no! Quick, quick!
She's getting away!
We'll have to wait
For another day.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Fairy in a Muddle

Some fairies are simple beings
Not made for this technical age
Their minds go all aflutter
Reading a techie web page.

Yet sometimes it's quite necessary
To master the more complex themes
Sadly there's no pixie magic
Enlightening us in our dreams.

So here I sit in a muddle
Trying to figure things out
Breathing ever so deeply and trying
To leave my hair in, not pull out.

In the end it will all come together
The bells and the whistles and all
That will make my fairy site wondrous
To all those who pay it a call.

Until then this humble beginning
Where fairy rhymes flow from the heart
Welcomes you in with a sweet fairy grin
And hopes that you never depart.
(Well, and least not without 'Follow'ing me first!)

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Sleepyhead Fairy

Fairy, fairy
Still in bed,
Time to get up
Sleepy head!
There's places to fly
And magic to make,
So up and at 'em
For goodness sake!
The day's half over
But before it ends
Go out in the sunshine
With your fairy friends.
Have an adventure,
Do something new;
Seize the day!
Let it capture you!

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Monday, June 14, 2010

The Fidgety Fairy

Can't sit
still
wants to
move
here, there
wherever;
can't focus
thoughts are
scattered,
tired but
wired,
bored but
doesn't
want to do
anything!
Sing her to
sleep,
rock her
into the
deep;
all her
magic will
keep
until she
awakes.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Fairies Sparkle

Have you ever seen a fairy?
They're quite a sight to see;
With dainty wings that sparkle
They prance about with glee

Or fly up to the treetops
Then down amongst the flowers,
They laugh and play and sing and dance
And while away the hours.

If I had my druthers
A fairy I would be,
Carefree and so happy,
Lighthearted and free!

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Prosperity Fairy

Dancing under the money tree
The prosperity fairy laughs with glee
With riches abounding for all to see,
Plenty for you, and plenty for me!

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A Fairy's Neverending Day Off

If I were a fairy
I'd fly away
To the highest mountain
On a sunny day.

I'd fly so high,
So fast, so free,
There'd only be the wind,
The sunshine, and me.

If I were a fairy
I'd fly away;
There'd only be me,
And only today.

©2010 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.