The Company of Faire Folk rides out! Or walks, flies or (consults notes) swims as is your preference. Our Tour today takes us to the fun and eccentric land of MISTAKES WERE MADE!!! by Mayah Parx.
Do you dare? Be aware, its all a little strange… A place once you visit you may never leave the same.
A collective of inventions, for fairy-talers alike, think creakless slippers, think glasswards, think bouncing levitating firelight lamps, reverse it wands… I mean what could possibly go wrong? Why, we even have a can of spray on unicorn horn, perfectly safe I’m told…
Every fairy-talers dream, a place of nonsense it would seem, the magical, the mythical, the strange, the perfect place to peddle your wares but only if you do so dare… REMEMBER err…
MISTAKES WERE MADE!!!
Creator’s note: Glasswards are glasses that when worn whilst walking allow you to see behind you instead of where you are going…
Perfectly safe I am told.
Things to See:
Giant flowers lie strewn across the grass, or are they part of the grass?
Posters from long ago shows are plastered around the region
Messages here can be seen on the roofs.
“You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.”
Butterflies take flight, but so do jelly beans!
Things to Ponder:
Absorb all you see, but believe in nothing.
Nothing is safe, or perhaps everything is.
Leave sanity behind, and reason too and simply ENJOY!
Usually, tours leave daily at 5:00pm from the Al-Ma’ala Gathering Place on the Drifts of Anamnesis, to explore the Fairelands. But today we will be meeting at 4pm SLT.
We encourage people who join the Tours to write about the Fairelands we visit. We would love it if you would share your work by submitting your story or poem! All pieces will be posted online with others inspired by this region. You retain creative ownership of works shared.
In addition, some pieces may be recorded (with your permission) by Fantasy Faire Radio. If you do NOT wish your work broadcast, please let us know on your submission.
Submit your writing by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org