An adult fairy tale about a handsome prince very successful with the ladies who falls for an evil witch, and pays a heavy price.
A bold knight doubts the existence of the fairy people until his Queen makes him a bet, and shows him how wrong he is.
This fantasy poem tells the story of a knight who tries to steal a powerful book of magic guarded by a dragon. Unfortunately, the spells that guard the book are more powerful than his.
The story of Hansel and Gretel getting lost in the woods, taken prisoner by an evil witch, and finally escape — all placed into a fantasy poetry. One of the most popular poems on my website.
A woman, lost at sea on a ship much like the Titanic, the love of her husband never wanes until he grows old and ghost-like, they are reunited. A very ghostlike feeling permeates this entire fantasy poem and love story. I consider it a best poem.
Arriella is a grand fantasy poem about a beautiful princess kidnapped by an evil magician, and how she is rescued by a brave knight with the help of a magic cloak and magical spells.
Sparing the life of a lone dwarf, a knight is repaid a hundred times over when the dwarf, a king of his kind, saves the knight and his queen years later. A terrific story and top narrative fantasy poem.
This poem about Snow White tells the entire story of Snow White, and is the most popular Snow White poem on the web. It is true to the Disney version of the story, from start to finish. A best fantasy poem.
Tasmerelda is a classic fairy tale poem much like the beginning portions of the Sleeping Beauty, but tells the story of a princess kept prisoner by an evil magician who thereby lures a brave knight to the castle to rescue Tasmerelda. In my version the evil magician is more powerful than the knight, and is only toying with him. Once the knight is defeated, the magician puts the castle and all its inhabitants into a spell and deep sleep – forevermore. A best fantasy poem.
This best fantasy poem answers the question what happened to Tasmerelda? It combines several forms of poetry all into one poem, all flowing easily. A personal favorite.