“Fairy Rings,” by A Safe Space for Curious Minds

Would you dance with the fairies? I know, I would! ❤

“Fairy rings are a naturally occurring ring of mushrooms normally found in forested areas and grasslands. Even though the fairy rings form due to natural causes, they are surrounded by folklore…”

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Author: Colleen Chesebro

Colleen M. Chesebro loves writing speculative fiction and the sub-genres of fantasy and magical realism, other types of cross-genre fiction, syllabic poetry, and creative nonfiction. She loves all things magical which may mean that she could be experiencing her second childhood – or not. That part of her life hasn’t been fully decided yet. A few years ago, a mystical experience led her to renew her passion for writing and storytelling. These days she resides in the fantasy realm of the Fairy Writer where she writes the magical poetry and stories that the fairy nymphs whisper to her in her dreams. Colleen lives in Arizona with her husband. When she is not writing, she enjoys spending time with her husband. She also loves gardening, reading, and crocheting old-fashioned doilies into works of art. You can learn more about Colleen at www.colleenchesebro.com.

13 thoughts on ““Fairy Rings,” by A Safe Space for Curious Minds”

  1. I would love to dance with fairies again, Colleen.
    BTW, just added a new page to my blog, sorta. I call it “Queen Lear’s Silly Sentiments”, and it will be for my silly side, with the first offering being a silly poem. Venturing out a little bit, but it’s time. Hugs. ((())) ❤

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          1. It would be easier if I could remain on my feet, chair or something more comfortable than the floor! However, this also shall be turned into a silly story, poem, or even a song!
            Thanks for your encouragement, Colleen. Now to get my silly thinking cap on!

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    1. I’ve seen a swamp fairy and a meadow fairy. I believe. They are much more benevolent and nature based than the myths depict them as. I find them comforting. Although, they are here to remind us that we need to protect our earth. ❤

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