Faerytaleish Pin Contest: Miranda Kate

This entry to the #Faerypin contest is by Miranda Boers (@PurpleQueenNL on Twitter)

Spellbound

Spellbound was indeed what she was when those eyes met hers. The minute she was caught by them she knew she was his. He didn’t need to lure her back to his lair; she was more than happy when he told her he was going to keep her there forever.

She would sit for hours and wind her fingers in his sundrenched hair while he tapped away on the locks that would bind her to him. She would whisper sweet nothings in his delicate elfish ears and run her fingers along the ornate markings on his deeply tanned skin while he wove the iron strands into place. And she would wait for the moment he would pause in his toil and look at her, making her catch her breath as she lost herself in the starlight glow of his eyes. Then he would smile in his quiet coquettish way, and her heart would flutter.

Despite the sparse furnishings of his beach dwelling cove, he made sure her new home wanted for nothing; providing silk cushions for her to lie upon, and a little tray for her food and drink. Then he hung her up high to give her full view of the ocean and they would watch the sunsets together.

As time went on it was the mornings she looked forward to the most, when he would wake her with his poking fingers and open up the door. She would turn and meet his dreamy gaze wishing once again that she could kiss his perfect lips and feel their fullness. But alas it was never meant to be; she could only dance along his finger and tickle them with her own miniature set, while fluttering her tiny wings against his cheek, and making him laugh.

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8 Comments

  1. Lisa Shambrook
    May 29, 2012

    Absolutely gorgeous (and I’m not just talking about the photo!) Beautiful twist, I could really see the whole picture at the end and I could really feel the devotion she felt…and why!

  2. Rowanwolf
    May 29, 2012

    Wow, truly faerytaleish. Full of beautiful longing and poignant description. I loved it!

  3. Angie Richmond
    May 29, 2012

    There is something so spellbinding about this piece. You can really feel the emotion!

  4. Donna B. McNicol
    May 29, 2012

    Absolutely perfect….loved the imagery and the emotional tale. Well done!!

  5. Anna Meade
    May 30, 2012

    A love that was never meant to be. Thank you for entering, Miranda!

  6. Cameron Writes
    May 30, 2012

    Same picture – completely different take on it and I love yours. Great stuff, thank you

  7. Miranda Boers
    May 31, 2012

    Thank you all! I found him spellbinding, I would be happy to be captured by him any day of the week! LOL

  8. Meg McNulty
    May 31, 2012

    Sad and enchanting!

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