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(From the book "The Faeries of Druid's Island")
The Faerie Queen
By : Deborah Susan Jones : Editor
An ancient Myth & Legend . . . . . .
Long, long, long go, far longer even than before the Latin speakers came, in the time of the Old Religion in the most north westerly tip of the land of The Cymry on an isle with then no name there lived hundreds and hundreds of fairies and the Queen of the fairies had a very, very beautiful, but very impressionable rebelious daughter.
But the queen of the Faeries knew, sensed that their world and that of their Druid brothers and sisters was about to change forever, wiped out by waring incomers from across the water divide.
To survive they would have to choose to live in secret, no longer openly among men as they had since the dawn of time.
The queen of the Faeries surveyed the vast panorama that was the open sea, mourned for their simple inland past on their magical island and wept silently . . .
Deborah Susan Jones