I love Faeries! I swear they lived in Province Park, which bordered Franklin College on the West side. The park had two creeks which met in the center, and it would sometimes fill up in the spring like a big soup bowl. We spent alot of time in that park, stalking along the shadows late at night, climbing trees, and crouching by the creek to experience enhanced awareness. Many a night I spent in this park, and many an unidentified shadow flitted by my line of sight. My friend, Leigh, swears she felt one tug at her toe while she was perched in a tree once, but Brian claims it was just an elf.
Lothlorien is a nature sanctuary in Southern Indiana where I often frollicked for pagan holidays. They have an entire valley they call "Faerie", and the Faeries there were almost visible amoung the spring flowers or as mysterious white lights at night. My sister was "Faerie-led" one early morning, after dancing all night long. She followed the sound of distant music for miles in the pre-dawn light, through dewy fields and unknown woods, until she was deposited at sunrise on a country road, with retreating giggles echoing behind her.
Here's some links to Faerie sites. Enjoy!
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