168 Best Fae Quotes And Sayings

If you’re a fan of the Fae, these fae quotes are for you. The Fae are a race of supernatural beings that live in a mysterious realm beyond time called the Dreaming. They have been compared to angels, spirits, and fairies. They have been known to play a role in human history, especially during the time of ancient Athens Read more

The ancient Greeks believed that the Fae were responsible for creativity and inspiration. Some believe the Fae may have been based on stories about elves and fairies from Europe. The word “fairy” is thought to be derived from the Welsh words “ffydd” which means “a being that is not of this world” or “of ill omen” and “iog” which means “a spirit or god that is akin to one of the gods or heroes of antiquity.”

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I want to take my time with you - to learn … every inch of you. And this apartment has very, very thin walls. I don’t want to have an audience” he added as he leaned down again, brushing his mouth over the cut at the base of her throat, “when I make you moan, Aelin. Sarah J. Maas
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We come together, we create our families, we chose our mates out of the desire to form a life together. Love takes many forms, wears many faces, but when it's real, when it touches your heart, you will know it and--with hope--embrace it. Love is stronger than hate, love is stronger than anger. Love is stronger than all artificial divisions that exist n our world. Yasmine Galenorn
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WEST SALEM ~ October 2011A sudden vision, fraught with malevolence and darkness, obscured her sight. The face of a menacing figure turned from the shadows of his grisly handiwork and stared at Sorcha.Her muscles tensed. By the Goddess, could he see her? Please! No! She wanted to scream, to run, but the vision ensnared her into the horrific moment like a fly in a spider's web. Unknown
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Maple. MaypoleCatch and carry. Ash and Ember.Elderberry.Woolen. Woman.Moon at night. Willow. Window.Candlelight.Fallow farrow. Ash and oak. Bide and borrow. Chimney smoke. Barrel. Barley.Stone and stave. Wind and water. Misbehave. Patrick Rothfuss
You are ruin and chaos to them, but you are...
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You are ruin and chaos to them, but you are lovely to my eye.'' You're brave or daft, then, ' she said, quite rightly. 'Chaos and ruin. Where does that leave me, then? Madeleine Roux
I've learned that the flesh that clothes us means very...
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I've learned that the flesh that clothes us means very little." Prince Ashton Genevra Thorne
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The earth sometimes rewards humans who do good works for the planet. Look out for unexpected windfalls of produce from the earth such as baskets of fruit or vegetables given to you unexpectedly, nature handcrafts, or a bunch of flowers picked from a beloved garden. These are all signs that the gifts not only came from the giver but from Mother Earth herself. - Fairy of the woods Sarah Rajkotwala
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He didn't say anything more, just waited for me to tell him what I'd been thinking. It was pure speculation, and I was opening myself up to ridicule by saying anything at all. I sat on the stool and realized that I had my loyalties, too. Patricia Briggs
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Perhaps Nesta will take up the blood-drinking habit, too. I certainly believe her threat to rip out my throat. Maybe she'll enjoy the taste. Sarah J. Maas
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Stop thinking about all that is wrong, and focus on what is right. It's there that you'll step out of the crazy, rise out of the rabbit hole, and start living again. Brynn Myers
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Without the journey and crucial moment of understanding, I would still be questioning everything before me. I know now that I must trust what comes next, for there is a plan greater than the one I can see at work. Brynn Myers
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The day I let all that fear and worry consume me was the day it all changed. I slipped off that bridge and fell into the void I’d always dreamt about. The thing was, that was also that day I started to live. Brynn Myers
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I looked around I realized I was standing on the edge of the muddy bank with tall trees in the distance. I could see the sun rising over the water just as the sky glistened a beautiful rose gold with ombre shades of purple and blue——just like in my dream. But this wasn’t my dream or was it? I can openly admit I have been mentally lost for months, but now as I sit here with an irate otter yelling at me, the idea of lost took on a whole new meaning. Brynn Myers
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I’m not broken. Not really, ” I sighed. “My name is Novaleigh. Novaleigh Darrow. Brynn Myers
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Trust and faith have left you.” “He will help guide you back to them.” “Blessings to you on your journey. Brynn Myers
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Oliver reached up for my hand and led me back into the living room area. “Can we try something?” I rolled my eyes. “Do I really have a choice?”“ You always have a choice, Novi, ” Oliver said. Brynn Myers
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I fell into the water with a large splash and sunk like a stone. My feet guided the way as I drifted further into the murky depths. Down. Down. Down. Brynn Myers
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I can’t believe it.’ I whispered.‘ You can’t let him lure you back in, Felicia. He’s wrong. He’s wrong! ’ Vanian pleaded, I could feel the quiver of his magic, the wisps that were fighting against the iron burning into his wrists, I could feel the crackle as it fought in the air, against his emotions, against his pain. I shook my head, was about to speak but Adam grabbed him by the front of his shirt; as if a few more tears and shreds couldn’t go amiss. The tightness of his grip paled the Faerie’s cheeks, caused the blood to trickle down faster, dropping to the floor.‘ My wife.’ He yelled, ‘She’s my wife, silverblood.’ With each growl of a syllable he accented it with a punch to Vanian’s face. I couldn’t take much more. I jumped over and pulled at Adam’s shoulders, fingertips driving into the nook of his collarbone, pressing down with as much as I had in me, anything to break his hold. He recoiled and rose his hand to me, at first I flinched but I stopped. He wouldn’t hurt me. He wouldn’t. . Charlotte Munro
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Why?"He stopped pacing and looked at her as if she'd just asked him to count every leaf on every tree in the Old Place. "Because... you're you. Anne Bishop
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If she captured Tamlin’s power once, who’s to say she can’t do it again?” It was the question I hadn’t yet dared voice.“ He won’t be tricked again so easily, ” he said, staring up at the ceiling. “Her biggest weapon is that she keeps our powers contained. But she can’t access them, not wholly–though she can control us through them. It’s why I’ve never been able to shatter her mind–why she’s not dead already. The moment you break Amarantha’s curse, Tamlin’s wrath will be so great that no force in the world will keep him from splattering her on the walls.” A chill went through me.“ Why do you think I’m doing this?” He waved a hand to me.“ Because you’re a monster.” He laughed. “True, but I’m also a pragmatist. Working Tamlin into a senseless fury is the best weapon we have against her. Seeing you enter into a fool’s bargain with Amarantha was one thing, but when Tamlin saw my tattoo on your arm … Oh, you should have been born with my abilities, if only to have felt the rage that seeped from him.” I didn’t want to think much about his abilities. “Who’s to say he won’t splatter you as well?”“ Perhaps he’ll try–but I have a feeling he’ll kill Amarantha first. That’s what it all boils down to, anyway: even your servitude to me can be blamed on her. So he’ll kill her tomorrow, and I’ll be free before he can start a fight with me that will reduce our once-sacred mountain to rubble.” He picked at his nails. “And I have a few other cards to play.” I lifted my brows in silent question.“ Feyre, for Cauldron’s sake. I drug you, but you don’t wonder why I never touch you beyond your waist or arms?” Until tonight–until that damned kiss. I gritted my teeth, but even as my anger rose, a picture cleared.“ It’s the only claim I have to innocence, ” he said, “the only thing that will make Tamlin think twice before entering into a battle with me that would cause a catastrophic loss of innocent life. It’s the only way I can convince him I was on your side. Believe me, I would have liked nothing more than to enjoy you–but there are bigger things at stake than taking a human woman to my bed.” I knew, but I still asked, “Like what?”“ Like my territory, ” he said, and his eyes held a far-off look that I hadn’t yet seen. “Like my remaining people, enslaved to a tyrant queen who can end their lives with a single word. Surely Tamlin expressed similar sentiments to you.” He hadn’t–not entirely. He hadn’t been able to, thanks to the curse.“ Why did Amarantha target you?” I dared ask. “Why make you her whore?”“ Beyond the obvious?” He gestured to his perfect face. When I didn’t smile, he loosed a breath. “My father killed Tamlin’s father–and his brothers.” I started. Tamlin had never said–never told me the Night Court was responsible for that.“ It’s a long story, and I don’t feel like getting into it, but let’s just say that when she stole our lands out from under us, Amarantha decided that she especially wanted to punish the son of her friend’s murderer–decided that she hated me enough for my father’s deeds that I was to suffer.” I might have reached a hand toward him, might have offered my apologies–but every thought had dried up in my head. What Amarantha had done to him …“So, ” he said wearily, “here we are, with the fate of our immortal world in the hands of an illiterate human. Sarah J. Maas