SHH! You must promise not to tell anyone about my village. I m not who you think I am. I am not a person. I am not an animal… well, I guess you could call me an animal, but I mostly look like a bird if you referred to me as an animal. I am a fairy… an ink fairy. Now you may be thinking ‘Oh, this is just another boring fairy story. Why did I ever click on this post?’ Well, you are wrong! I probably should tell you how I got here in the first place.
I started in your world. Just a simple lily flower. One of the petals fell off, and traveled to a big oak tree. It… or I, if you look at it that way… ventured into a secret portal from your world to mine. No human being can enter through this portal. But, certain believers can enter, but they see nothing but our world, in their size. They see things moving, but not us. All they see, once again, is a fairy world unknown. But, once they step out, they remember none of it. Naria- oh. Sorry… I need to get back on subject.
So… we were where I was traveling into the fairy realm. I soar to The Baynia, or the ‘Room of Change’, if you want to call it that. But we fairies call it The Baynia. All the other fairies gather into the Baynia, looking like a herd of Flowgerrs being magnetized to honey( Flowgerrs look a lot like bees, but they’re purple with white stripes, and have bright-green wings).
The red lily petal lands softly in the Choosing Place. The Choosing Place is where flower petals are turned into a fairy, a very peaceful and exhilarating experience. So, I land in the Choosing Place amongst almost 3,500 fairies. Naria (whom I mentioned earlier) emerged out of her Court, which is where she discusses things that we fairies can’t know about (please don’t ask why… I just don’t know). She asked in a soothing but commanding tone,
“Hush. We will now begin the Sanction. Please remain silent until the Sanction is over.”
STAY TUNED FOR THE NEXT PART OF INKERIA