Friday, December 20, 2013

The Purple Book of Fairy Poems

Twelve original fairy poems by Randi Kuhne of MyFairyPoems.com
The Purple Book of Fairy Poems - click to order at Etsy
 
I've just completed my ebook of fairy poems and listed it in my Etsy shop. The volume features 12 original poems, with illustrations, all by me. This edition is PDF format for reading on a computer, tablet, or other electronic device.

A sample poem from the book.

Thumbnails of all 12 poems.

I've very excited to have finally completed this project. Well, this phase, anyway. I'll be working on a version for the iBookstore, then a Kindle format for Amazon.

For tonight, though, I'm taking a break and vegging out a bit!! I'll post updates here, at Twitter, on Facebook, and in my Etsy shop.


©2013 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Watching

In the swaying daffodils
Growing on the sunny hills
Where bees all tend to clover
And hummingbirds the other
I sit as quiet as a mouse
Watching a wee fairy house
All throughout the day
Hoping to see the little fae
That lives among the flowers
Whiling away the hours
Doing ordinary things
Like mending tiny fairy wings
And when the day is almost done
Just before the setting sun
She finally slips out of her home
Thinking that she's all alone
Dances without a care
Doesn't even know I'm there
For I do not make a sound
Nor move myself around
Lilting, laughing, she prances about
With a happy song and a gleeful shout
On her toes she whirls and twirls
Flapping her wings in the air she swirls
Till oh so softly she touches down
Her dainty feet upon the ground
And in that magic moment
The little fairy paused and bent
Saw my reflection in a drop of dew
Away, away the fairy flew
High up in a nearby tree
Now the fairy is watching me!

©2013 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Friday, July 19, 2013

What Do Green Fairies Eat?

Green fairies eat cucumbers,
Chives on potatoes,
Tender asparagus,
Fried green tomatoes.

Fresh leaves of herbs
Are a fragrant delicacy,
Especially atop salad
Of watercress and parsley.

They top it all off
With a spot of green tea
In an earthenware cup
By the Emerald Sea.

-Randi Kuhne

©2013 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Sweet Little Fairy

Sitting in my garden
Beneath a fragrant flower
I met a little fairy
We whiled away the hour.

She asked me all about myself
My age and work and name
Though she said it didn't matter
Cause she'd like me all the same.

Her voice it tinkled like a bell
Every time she'd speak
Oh, I could sit and listen to it
All throughout the week.

For she's such a sweet little fairy
With eyes that sparkle bright
And wings as light as gossamer
To carry her in flight.

We'll meet again tomorrow
The little fae and me
I'll bring along some daintly treats
And lovely jasmine tea.

So come along and join us
A party it will be
Perhaps she'll bring her fairy friends...
We'll have to wait and see!


©2013 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The Lovely Unexpected

Looking through my window
Out into the glade
I see the gentle violets
Lying in the shade
The wind it blows so softly
Sighing through the trees
And there's a touch of magic
Floating on the breeze
The merry dappled sunshine
Sparkles here and there
It makes me think of fairies
Gliding through the air
For all of nature sings out
The beauty of the day
So it should not surprise me
To see the lovely fae
Hiding in the garden
Playing in the flowers
All without a care as they
While away the hours
Look outside your window
Perhaps you'll see them too
In the midday sunshine
Or early morning dew
Our eyes behold such wonders
When hearts and minds let go
The expected expectations
New worlds we come to know

-Randi Kuhne

©2013 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

The River Fairy

The river fairy
sits upon a fallen leaf
floating down the river
to the happy sound
of water tinkling
as it gently moves along.

The sparkling sunshine
adds a touch of magic
to the scene
like fairy dust
wishing harmony
into the day.

And when the waters
become swift and troubled
the little fairy
without a care
simply rises above it
and flies away.

- Randi Kuhne

©2013 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Making Magic

A fairy reached up in the sky
On her tippy toes so high;
There a lovely star she found
To put upon her fairy wand.

With a twinkle in her eyes
The little fairy always tries
To make some magic, sweet and clear
For all she in her heart holds dear.

So make a wish, your very best
And your dream just may be blessed
By the fairy and her star,
Be she near, or be she far;

For wishes have their own bright wings,
The soul its beauteous music sings;
Light touches light, so fae and you
Together make your dreams come true!

-Randi Kuhne

Making Magic original fairy poem by Randi Kuhne
This poem is available as a printable file in my Etsy shop at a very affordable price, and you can print as many as you like for personal use!

©2013 Randi Kuhne, My Fairy Poems. All rights reserved. No other use without permission.