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'A Group of Singers'

"It's just so rude!" Jessica kept saying over and over.

We were now on the bus to the palace, and I was doing nothing else than hearing Jessica complaining about what had happened. I was as annoyed as ever. With the corner of my eye, I could see Ermi chuckling at me. You must be finding this hilarious, huh? I thought to myself, momentarily shooting my brother a glare. I was so going to take revenge.

"We asked her a simple question!" Jessica continued, "A simple, 'Who are you?'! A simple, 'What's your name?'!"

"A simple, 'Tell me who wewe are already, will ya?'!" Elisa added,...
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'Enchanting Forest'

Author's note: In this chapter, I have done what I upendo doing the most- describing places. So, wewe can simply skip those parts if they bore you. If not, please read them, and tell me how I can get better!

"So, did wewe enjoy the landing?" Ermi asks jokingly.

"No I didn't!" I exclaim, breathing heavily.

I certainly didn't. I really loved seeing my world again, but hey, I'm not a professional! Sandilia was flying so fast towards the planet that I felt like we were going to crash, straight into the ground! Also, the pressure of the landing was just too much, as if I was diving into...
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posted by mogositymo12
 snowflake fairy!
snowflake fairy!
I was at my Marafiki house and we were playing a game. We stopped for a while and.... WHOOOSH!!!!!! We saw something small flying kwa us!! It was to big to be a insect au a fly and too small to be a bird!!

I gasped and yelled out, "I saw a wooden shoe!". My friend looked at me for a sekunde and saw little shoe-prints in the ground. We were creeped out for a little while and then we saw more. We followed it in the kichaka and there it stopped. I peeked in-side it and nothing was there exept for some few sparkles.

"It could have been a humming bird?" My friend added, "We live iun a place where there...
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I once read somewhere that vichimbakazi are the embodiment of everything that is beautiful, like women, nature, butterflies, magic.... If wewe take this idea literally, then vichimbakazi are actually EVERYTHING that is beautiful. But isn't beauty in the eye of the beholder? Yes, it is. Thus, a fairy would appear differently to every person, depending on what each person thinks is beautiful. This would of course lead to complications if this fairy were talking to multiple people at the same time. Each person would hear the fairy's words differently, and respond accordingly, and be confused kwa one another's responses, because they're responding to two different things, but they think they're responding to the same thing. If that makes sense. That complication could be the reason why vichimbakazi don't onyesha themselves to humans, as it would be complicated to insure that the aforementioned situation doesn't happen.
Become A Beautiful Fairy Easily With These Steps

Note: This may not work for it might be just a tale but there is always fun in trying!

You have to make a garland of flowers and place it on your head. Then wewe must say "I believe in fairies, so please prove me right. I will sit here through night and day, so, please prove me right". wewe have to say this until the sun shines close to where wewe are sitting. Once, when the sun is near you, step into the light. After that, the decision lies on the fairies, if they does not want to make wewe one of them, nothing will happen, only a soft breeze will...
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posted by owleyes1316
This is just my personal opinion, as there is no designated orodha of the types of fairies.

There are 5 main types of fairies: light, night, water, nature, and air. Each of them has sub-categories, which are as follows:

Light: Fire, Sun, Common Light
Night: Moon, Star, Midnight
Water: Ocean, Snow and Ice, Freshwater, Rain, Mist
Nature: Forest, Flower, Animal
Air: Wind, Storm, Common Air

The vichimbakazi of the different types have a bit of control over whatever their type is. For example, a rain fairy would have control over the rain. Not complete control. They don't make the rain. They could do simple things like decide how fast it falls, where it goes, and how it splashes on the ground. Their clothing also reflects their type, and so does their personality.
posted by owleyes1316
This is my interpretation of vichimbakazi and their magic, personality, and culture.

Fairies live in Fairyland. It is a place full of nature and magic. vichimbakazi can travel to our world whenever they wish, but we cannot go to their world unless one takes us there.

Fairies are typically kind, peaceful and wise, but there are also the small fairies, the pixies, who are zaidi playful and mischevious. Pixies enjoy traveling to the human world to play tricks on people without being seen. Their only form of magic is their fairy dust, which they can use to do just about whatever depending on how skilled they...
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posted by lilylove89
The word fairy derives from Middle English faierie (also fayerye, feirie, fairie), a direct borrowing from Old French faerie (Modern French féerie) meaning the land, realm, au characteristic activity (i.e. enchantment) of the legendary people of folklore and romance called (in Old French) faie au fee (Modern French fée). This derived ultimately from Late Latin fata (one of the personified Fates, hence a guardian au tutelary spirit, hence a spirit in general); cf. Italian fata, Portuguese fada, Spanish hada of the same origin.

Fata, although it became a feminine noun in the Romance languages,...
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posted by stellamusa101
 Diamond's casual outfit.
Diamond's casual outfit.
Diamond's telephone rang. She answered. "link was bored. "Diamond, it's me link," alisema zumaridi, zamaradi as soon as Diamond answered, cheerful as always. "What do wewe want?" Diamond asked. "Here this, our school for vichimbakazi is a free college, just please attend! wewe finally know you're a fairy, and wewe barely don't know your powers. So what do wewe say wewe attend? Tonight's the party!" zumaridi, zamaradi told Diamond. "I don't know," says Diamond. "I promise link won't bother you!" zumaridi, zamaradi said. "Who's Sugar?" Diamond asked. "My best friend, well, was my best friend before she turned crazy jealous about our friendship!"...
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posted by Winxella


vichimbakazi are believed to dwell in Fairyland. Some say they live in caves au gardens au meadows.


Age can be anything. The most common ones are 16, 1000, 51, 100, 7 and 60. They are mostly old for mortals often believe they are wise (Wise people are mostly old!)


Females ~ Dress
Males ~ Tights mostly

Female Dress Code:

• pink laces
• White/Purple flowers

Male Dress Code:

• shati of leaves
• Pant of leaves
• Buttons of small nuts


Unknown, but, maybe, "Fairix" au so what my sister says.

Attracted To

• Music
• Children
• Flowers
• Books
• Old Temples

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'Finally leaving'

Looking down at my Crystal, which was glowing a pure white color, a smirk crosses my lips, "Looks like I'm going to miss that party after all"

"Why? What does that mean?" Mao asks, looking at my Crystal confused, "Is it supposed to shine like that?"

"Oh, right," I say, remembering, "you guys don't know everything about the Crystals"

"I thought we knew much enough" Noe says, "The Princess was the one who told us, after all"

I think for a while, wondering if I should really tell them au just leave, which I actually should've done right away. Finally, I decide to tell them, no, remind...
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'I couldn't imagine...'

"We're gonna fall!" I was screaming my head out.

"For the tenth time, we are not!" Ermi was shouting.

The sun could now be seen, as we had exited the Enchanting Forest, and were now flying above what I had forced myself to forget.

The Lake.

'The Lake' isn't actually something that would scare most people, except if they were afraid of water, but when wewe see what's in that enormous lake, wewe won't want to go near it ever, I repeat, ever again.

I remember when I read a book about ancient Greek legends. One of them mentioned the monster Hydra, a twelve-headed dragon, which was...
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'On the road to the palace'

Walking through the Plaza Road, the girls and I kept chatting. Talking with them somehow seemed better than talking with Mao and Noe. Maybe it was because we were from the same planet, we knew the same places. I finally felt like I was talking with someone I knew for years. I was so into the conversation that I didn't pay any attention at all at my surroundings. We kept talking about our hometowns, I learnt things about Waterich Village and Leina city that I had never heard before! After hearing about their homes, I asked for how their Crystal glowed.

I learnt that...
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Sighing, I got up, picked up my white backpack and walked out, followed kwa my older brother. I closed my eyes because of the sudden light of the bright sun. I wouldn't keep them closed for long, though, because of my excitement to see Zinonos city again...

What I saw when I opened them again seemed completely different from what I remembered. Only one single thing hadn't changed.

The city was floating.

That would probably seem weird to most people. Even I, who was born in Zinonos, sometimes found it weird. My grandfather told me that the members of the Grand Ecclesia made the city float....
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posted by Nojida
'Looks like I'm gonna miss that party'

A placed my pencil down, right inayofuata to my notebook. Finally, homework done. I really hate exams, so many hours of studying. The worst part is that, I promised to my parents that I'd give my best at the sekunde term, and I can't break that promise. I was taught to never break promises.

I sigh, and look out of my room's wide-opened window. It was Summer, outside it was burning hot. I wasn't used to it yet, even though I've been living in this planet for about two years now.

Yes, this planet. Planet Earth, as the people here call it.

After going to a school...
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posted by -SilverFey-
 A Faery in the Woods
A Faery in the Woods
I've seen a lot of makala about Faeries on here, but it seemed that quite a lot of them were zaidi about Winx/Disney-type vichimbakazi then the Faeries I think of.
So here's just some of the 'darker' stuff on Faeries...:)
A good thing to keep in mind is that Faeries have different morals than we do. That does not mean they are evil; they just view right and wrong differently than we do.
For that reason, it is good to be cautious around Faeries, and to never anger them. Don't do anything that will let wewe see them without their permission, for example, putting Faery Ointment on your eyelids au touching...
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'No beggining, no end'

It's amazing how these dragoni can travel through space so easily. Even though Sandilia is bare, she doesn't seem to be bothered at all kwa the cold. She's flying through the pitch black skies as if there was nothing wrong.

Me? I'm not bothered kwa the cold either, although my toes are starting to freeze little kwa little. The kanzu, koti my brother gave me is effected kwa some kind of spell, it somehow protects wewe from the cold air of space, it makes wewe feel normal. There is no oxygen in space, but somehow, this kanzu, koti helps wewe breathe. I've always wondered how it does that, actually......
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posted by StarWarsFan7
All of my life I've wanted to go to places I've never been to. But sadly, those dreams will never become reality. In my wooden mti house, my room is as brown as coffee. I sigh. Flying to my dresser, I pick my leaf bag up and over my shoulder. KNOCK. KNOCK. KNOCK. "Come in!" I respond. The door opens with pixie dust behind it. I see my mother with her usual cinnamon brown hair in a bun. "Good morning, Jessamine." She lays her hand on my right cheek. For being a sixteen-year-old pixie, I still upendo my mother. "Are wewe about to leave?" My mother asks me. "Yes I am." "Good luck on your first day!"...
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posted by Princess-Yvonne
Dim vales - and shadowy floods -
And cloudy-looking woods,
Whose forms we can't discover
For the tears that drip all over!
Huge moons there wax and wane -
Again - again - again -
Every moment of the night -
Forever changing places -
And they put out the star-light
With the breath from their pale faces.
About twelve kwa the moon-dial,
One zaidi filmy than the rest
(A kind which, upon trial,
They have found to be the best)
Comes down - still down - and down,
With its centre on the crown
Of a mountain's eminence,
While its wide circumference
In easy drapery falls
Over hamlets, over halls,
Wherever they may be -
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posted by renesmeeroxx11
Chapter 1: It’s who we are
Blair. That’s the name that was aliyopewa to me at birth, and to tell wewe the truth, I upendo it. It’s unique. Just like me.
My whole life is unique actually. wewe see, I am a fairy, but I live in the human world. Most vichimbakazi are small and live in the fairy world, away from the curious grasps of humans. But I’m different. I’m half human, half fairy. I look, think and act like a human, but I have wings and have small fairy tendencies.
That’s why I have to choose my best Marafiki carefully. So that’s why I’m thankful for the ones I have. My 3 best Marafiki are...
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