ARTICLES, Literary Poetry

Faery Child

Midsummer is the celebration of the summer solstice. It celebrates the last day of spring and the first day of summer. It’s the longest day and shortest night and shares this unique lighting with Yule which is the Winter Solstice. Midsummer can occur for one day between June 19th and June 25th.

These two days also mark the time when the fey enter the human world. The gate is open and remains that way until the next day when the gate is closed until Yule. Both of these magical days are celebrated in various ways around the world.

Fey Child
Fey Child

Fey Child
Blessed be to those born on this special day, when the portal opens ushering the fey into our realm. Giving out gifts full of trickery and light-hearted pranks, hoping to lead a wondering child into their domain. Only those born on the Summer Solstice can ignore their calls Being gifted with the faery’s sight, allowing them to attain the gifts of the fey.
While holding on to their human form.

fey child 5

I’m one of the few who are blessed and protected by the fey. They see me as one of their own which leads to having their talents in trickery and stealth. I know how to hide my aura leading to a lot of fun jump scares and pranks. The fey keep me from harm stepping in when I’m unaware of the dangers that surround me.

Fey Child
Fey Child

The fey protect me either by preventing me from crossing a street as a car comes speeding past or preventing me from attracting the crazies at bus and train stations. They also lead those that have a similar form of the blessing to me to ensure I know that I’m not alone in this world. This includes my friends Mero Lulex and Alan Gibson. I was attracted to Alexa but hers are more connected to the vampire and merfolk.

Now, shush, I’m trying to read,
Luna

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