The Dance of Winter

We dance in the court of the Winter Fey.

 

Around us, ice nymphs and sylphs dance together

Their energy mingles, their power growing as they twirl

Their tinsel and confetti, our icicles and snow

 

We dance in the court of the Winter Fey

 

We huddle in shelter for warmth

We wear layers of garments to protect us

We pretend to adapt, but their realm is not ours

 

We dance in the court of the Winter Fey

 

The sylphs and nymphs delight in our consent

Consent given when we stray from our shelters

They grab us by the hands, and carry us along

 

We dance in the court of the Winter Fey

 

The sylphs laugh at our garments

The very wind becomes our enemy

It pushes through our garments as if they were never there

 

We dance in the court of the Winter Fey

 

The nymphs take us by the hand

Hands turned red and stiff from their slightest touch

Our goals, our actions meaningless to their whims

 

We dance in the court of the Winter Fey

 

The nymphs place their hands on us intimately

Our garments no protection from their ministrations

They caress us, in carnal knowledge beyond any mortal lover

 

We dance in the court of the Winter Fey

 

We feel the nymph’s touch in our very bones

The blood vessels in our heads constrict, headache coming instantly

Our muscles twitch and shake, beyond our control

 

We dance in the court of the Winter Fey

 

The sylphs guide the nymphs’ hands, guiding them

In their hands, we lose hope. We lose the fire that burns within us.

We lose our grand intentions, and think only of escape.

 

We dance in the court of the Winter Fey

 

We dance because we cannot resist.

We are in their realm now.

A realm meant for no mortal man or woman.

 

We dance because we must. We dance, or we die.

In the court of the Winter Fey.

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