Fey, A Trip to the Otherworld

photograph of forest at night with overlaid ghost image of a pair of eyes

I’m reading “Fairies: A Guide to the Celtic Fair Folk” by Morgan Daimler and wanted to share this quote with you.

“Like a shadow, shifting, seeking what I’ve found yet still must find, wrapped in motion, wrapped in time, bound yet still compelled to bind, echoes like ripples of each action as here and there merge in my mind, spirit balanced in the eager edges.
Wandering the Otherworld is chancy though the fairy road is always near tempting and teasing and tangling touching this to that, and there to here a bare breath away, a whole world apart, pulled and pushed by hope and fear, I am compelled to turn and return again.”

We will take a trip to the Otherworld and see what it is like (or what it is not like).

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