|"Live to dream....dream to live"|
The Tale of the ButterfliesThis is a tale about sharing love and happiness, emotions and a magical Gift.The Tale of the Butterflies by KiraVanndrea
Long, long ago, a happy family of Elves lived in the outskirts of Tower City.
Despite the mother’s departure from this world, the father and his four beautiful daughters lived a comfortable life in their estate with a colourful garden.
All that saw the garden for the first time longed to wander around in it, and they could do so. The father allowed everyone to visit the garden, lounge in the shadows of the trees and marvel at the many flowerbeds.
Years passed, and the four daughters grew up to be even more lovely. They all were kind hearted spirits, and it didn’t take long, before the first marriage proposals came. The father was not picky on suitable lovers and allowed his daughters to choose the man whom they would marry for themselves.
The first to be wed, was the second eldest daughter. She married the local silversmith in the summer and moved to live at his place.
Shortly after, the eldest da
The Tale of the StorytellerTales are timeless, immortal. Ever since humans can speak, they tell each other stories about grief, love, about dreams and life.The Tale of the Storyteller by KiraVanndrea
This story is dedicated to those who can work magic with their words…
Daghon is a storyteller, his entire life he travels around the world, in search for the perfect fairy tales and legends that wise men and other travellers tell him about the wonders of life and the mysteries around them.
Every year he travels into the world and goes north and south, east and west. And each year, on the shortest day of the year, he returns to his village to tell a story for everyone at the winter solstice celebration.
Everyone, the bakers and the farmers, the fishers and the weavers, are fascinated by Daghon’s stories. And after the tale is finished, he would disappear, like a shadow in the night.
Each story became more lively and exciting, and villagers would be waiting for his arrival, like he was a local hero.
But this year, everything was different for the s