The Magic Night of Queen Titania

Hurry up, my dear friends! The forest is thrilled! Oh, what a night!  All the fairy world is invited.Queen Titania is celebrating the last summer day. Deep in the forest, near a slow motioned stream, on a wide clearing next to Queen’s Floral palace it will take place. There is so much fuss over preparation: lightning bugs are switching on scented campanula garlands, grasshoppers, bees & bugs are tuning string instruments & flutes, fairies are rehearsing dances, while dwarfs & other tiny creatures are busy with the stage making & the table arranging. Everybody is very exciting & hopes that clouds won’t hide the Moon & stars.  The new year party under the moonlight is so bewitching.

Right after midnight Queen Titania & King Oberon will appear in their butterfly chariot under pleasant sounds of bells made from silver lily-of-the-valley flowers. Queen will bless the gathered fairies with her golden flower magic stick and so the party will begin. What joy it will be! What fun! Fairies will make a round & will dance until the morning, starting a new nature cycle. Their tiny fragile bodies with sparkling wings will awake fresh energies. Their ringing subtle voices will call winter to come & to plunge the world into a deep frosty dream. Covered with bitter scents of ripe fruits, early autumn herbs & late summer flowers tiny forest creatures will move the course of Time to a new direction and some Titania’s fragrant spell will shed on the world around, giving us peace, hope & powers to create.

Maria KethuProfumo




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20 Responses to The Magic Night of Queen Titania

  1. 🌸 Sounds wonderful, I’ll come along and sing 🎶🌸

  2. I got to be a fairy in this play and it was amazing. Cobweb 🙂 This was awesome.

  3. Wonderful post, Maria. Midsummer Night’s Dream is my favourite Shakespeare comedy. I am going to include the link to this post in my post on The Globe Theatre next week.

  4. Pupazzovi says:

    E bello come una fiaba incantata

  5. fulvialuna1 says:

    Una storia che vorrei raccontare anche io. bella.

  6. theburningheart says:

    Very appropriate now, Maria, when we live the last days of Summer, the weather here by the way it’s glorious!
    Best regards. 🙂

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