One of the most fascinating items you will find on display at Dunvegan Castle is The Fairy Flag of Dunvegan. The castle, located on the Isle of Skye, has been the stronghold of the Chiefs of MacLeod for nearly 800 years. The MacLeods consider the Fairy Flag to be a gift from the fairies and [...]
O sweet and far from cliff and scar
The horns of Elfland faintly blowing!
This is one of several fairy poems written by Fiona Macleod which deals with fairies on a powerful, adult, and real level.
Taken from The Book of Fairy Poetry, published in 1920: “Over the hills and far away”– That is the tune I heard one day, When heather-drowsy I lay and listened And watched where the stealthy sea-tide glistened. Beside me there on the Hills of Ruel
Ok, some people use the word “fairy” and others use “faery”, so why the different spellings?
Well… I’m probably leaving myself open to all sorts of criticism from the non-believers out there, but I think it’s time I admitted the truth, my truth anyway–fairies exist, they REALLY ARE REAL.
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