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Shakespeare knew a thing or two

frolic round widdershins they go
songs a siren’s call
for the enchanted never noticing
the shadows dancing promises
terribly awesome tales all have one truth… 49 more words


Friday Fantasy - Little Prytt and Simyn Snail Part Two

In spite of the shortness of their journey, Little Prytt kept a sharp ear tuned to the sounds coming from the forest. At any moment the ferocious crimson monster could careen out of the shaggy undergrowth or the bounteous, swaying treetops to terrorize them. 995 more words


Friday Fantasy - Little Prytt and Simyn Snail

Little Prytt lived in quite a special house, a house that went with her wherever she went and kept her warm on cold nights. It was not because it was made of sturdy brick and stone, not because it was nestled close in the embracing arms of a broad oak, or because it was protected in the close company of the village. 605 more words


Do You Believe in Fairies? Professor says he has photographic proof fairies are real

The photograph above is a real, really real, true photograph.  There is no fakery or Photoshop trickery with this image.   It’s a straight photograph, taken in the Rossendale Valley, Lancashire,  by Professor John Hyatt of Manchester Metropolitan University.  417 more words

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Castleville Francis to Bee or Not to Bee Quest

Castleville To Bee or Not To Bee Quests

Help the Fairy Prince and Gelsey save the Fairy Gardens from Gloom Bees!

A Royal…ish Summons – To Bee or Not to Bee: Quest 1 of 8… 735 more words


Even a Fairy has to have Shoes!

 The Cobweborium Emporium welcomes you into the Realm of the Fae, where magic can be marvelled and wonderment rules.

Here is where Once upon a Time comes back to life . 431 more words


Friday Fantasy - Dark Fey Preview 3

Tiny shards like crystalline ice were stretching across the reflective pane, each splinter a minuscule prism that reflected any spark of light in the room, even the ineffectual glimmer of her diminishing aura and his ethereal, dark crimson glow. 320 more words