It’s Fairy Day, don’t you know?

What a nice thing to celebrate Faeric world living in realms of unknown and of absolute bliss, while contemplating or reading poems and stories on the fairy world. Fairies are around for those who keep their soul’s gates open to things I  use to remind to my students. I do love fairies and they consist a  unique source of inspiration for me. I reedit one of my stories on fairies and dragons making such incredible connections that I wonder if I discover faeric world for the first time! Having such limited time to write more on this post , due to writing obligations I got the articles below that you can read and think of fairies, too. Never stop dreaming of faeries and their magic world. I wish you are lucky enough so as to encounter them at least once in your life.

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The first one is from https://www.punchbowl.com/holidays/international-fairy-day

It’s International Fairy Day! Today is a day for fairy believers young and old to celebrate the stories, magic, and history of the Fair Folk. For centuries, fairies have been an important part of Celtic culture. In all of the ancient legends, these mythological creatures are described as intelligent, mischievous, and magical. They have the ability to fly and cast spells, and they live in “Tír na nóg,” the land of eternal youth. Some say that humans don’t often see fairies because of the division between the two worlds, but sightings can occur at twilight or during Beltane, Mid-Summer’s Eve, or All Hallow’s Eve.

In his 1904 play Peter Pan, J.M. Barrie wrote that when the first baby laughed, the laugh broke into a thousand pieces, and that was the beginning of fairies. International Fairy Day is the perfect opportunity to relive your childhood fantasies and celebrate the joy and magic of the fairy world. Read a classic fairy tale, build a fairy house, or take a stroll through the woods. You never know when you might stumble across something magical!

 

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The second one is from the Faemagazine : http://www.faemagazine.com/international-faerie-day/

There is a veil between the worlds

Years ago, what would seem like many to those of us of mortal blood, but what is really just a twitch of time to the ageless stars and eternal moons, the world of mortal and the world of fairy were separated. Mortal man had become too populous, too jaded, too fast for the easier, more genteel pace of the fairy blooded, so they chose to leave this place and create their own They live now in another level of our world where a veil of magic has been created to divide us from them and keep their lives free of our hectic, desperate struggle to progress. A level close enough for them to keep watch over us, to keep our imaginations alive with periodic night rides through the countryside, witnessed by the lucky few staring out of misty windows on a night seemingly burdened with insomnia. The worlds are so alike, so close in kind they might even be seen as parallel worlds, if not for the beings that inhabit them. Their world is the stuff of legend for our world. The winged and horned and magic creatures unlike any we know here. The beings of rock, of water, of air and fire and spirit. ~ Jacqueline Collen-Tarrolly.  

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