"Faeries are not all sweet and innocent,
like your people have suggested
for several hundreds of years.
We are not all female,
and harmless; with flowers for clothing
and cute, pointy ears.
We are not here for your amusement,
or to do your bidding!
We do not flit about,
leaving dewdrops and sparkly dust..."
In this surreal fantasy, a reporter is thrilled but anxious to interview the King of the Fae. It's been one-hundred years since the last time a human has had this honor, and a lot of misinformation has accumulated since then--or has it?
Is "Interview With the Faerie" a poem or short story? It's up to the reader to decide...
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