This essay Fairies has a total of 509 words and 3 pages.
A fairy is a tiny being with wings (such as butterfly’s, dragonfly’s wings) that looks exactly like a persons. Fairies are everlasting and can be either male or female. They live in everyday surroundings; mostly in forested areas, underwater, or in the “Other World”, where they frequently wage wars with other creatures. Fairies are said to have magical powers, such as the ability to change the weather, seasons, and to change night into day.
Fairies are tricky creatures that can appear and disappear in a matter of seconds. Most of the time, they like to be invisible, but during the night, they like to appear and show their beauty. They wear green cloth that covers a small portion of their body. They enjoy dancing and singing, which is their only routing of life.
Most fairies are considered harmful to humans. However, some of them enjoy playing tricks and ruing people’s lives. Capable of taking human lovers, fairies have been known as “charm humans” who have the ability to break people’s heart. Fairies love dancing in circles, using music to attract humans inside those flowery circles. Once trapped, escape is impossible unless a human chain is formed to pull that person out of the circle. Fairies are also capable of attracting humans to their islands. These islands are magical places where everything is happy and there is no one who gets sick and dies. However, once inside, there is no way to escape. Dark Fairies have a reputation for stealing newborn babies and replacing them with another object that do not related to the baby at all. Because, of this actions most of the dark side fairies considered being evil in the human world.
Fairies are such unknown mythical creatures that there is no true answer where they come from. Some people think that fairies are the ancient remnants of the Tuatha de Danaa, which means the people of the Greek goddess Anu. Some believe that fairies are angels, which have been cast out of heaven; falling to the place where they are to stay for eternity. The Irish believe that fairies are previously conquered societies, who were driven into hiding when the Celts invaded Ireland. Other cultures believe that fairies are the souls of dead people, who were not good enough for Heaven and yet too bad for Hell. As a result, they have been sent back to earth with completely different appearances and with little ability of power to create good. However, there still are not enough facts to make a reasonable conclusion, and as a result, we do not completely know about fairies.
Most of the fairies belong to the literature tales. And considered being popular in Shakespeare’s writing. Nevertheless, Shakespeare often made up fairies that are not the same kind that people considered them to be. Most of his fairies were males with the tiny appearance that were not noticeable at all. Finally, when female fairies approached they express that aura of good and happiness that all of us wished for.
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