Fantasy Fiction posted March 27, 2021


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Playing in the enchanted forest

A Childs Imagination

by country ranch writer


Hey! Callie, wanted to know what was so darn special about this enchanted forest. The forest is for only those whom have an imagination. The imagination is something you can build on like pretending you have thrown caution to the wind by trusting an little ugly green leprechaun complete with his pot of gold. The fairy Godmother warned the little girl of what havoc this little ugly green leprechaun could do. This was too much for her and her alone to handle. The fairy Godmother, enlisted the help of the tiny fairies to get rid of the ugly green leprechaun.

Suddenly the girl realized she wasn't alone; The little fairies were there to help her to stop the evil leprechaun from stealing the unicorns horn. He believed it woul bring him better luck than that pot gold he liked to brag about. This was a big mistake before he could snatch the horn without getting caught. The fairies were lying in waiting to trap the tyrant. Dropping a net over his head and chanting a spell in their own beautiful Irish Brogue he disappeared never to be seen again.
The little fairies rode through the enchanted forest on butterflies with the girl on the unicorn horse. They excitedly through the enchanted forest now that the threat was gone. The fairy Godmother watched them having fun with a smile on her face.



The Forest writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
Write a story about the forest and something in it. It has to be fictional and have at least 2 characters.
Pays one point and 2 member cents.

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