A Fairy-Rider Without A Fairy (Story) Fantasy

Chapter 1: The Recent Problem in our village

Amy and I are at the farm. We met Robert, he’s the owner of this farm, and he’s been caring for horses as a living! His farm is kind of small, but he also has a large garden,–where he plants food for the village. There’s a large house, a windmill, and there’s also a large barn. Amy: “Some of Fairy-Rider’s peers has been scared by one of your horses, and he has fear of horses.” Robert is currently refilling his food department for his horses. He thought we’re just playing. Robert: “Fear of horses is common in this village, and you’re the only compact creature who is ridden by you Amy. I was trying to resolve this problem, but I need some other people who were good at resolving fears.” I slowed Amy down. “You might need to take it slow,” I said. Amy looks at one of Robert’s horses, she thought his horses are tall as normal horses. Both of them are just playing, some of them are ridden by some people who were trying to show other people how to ride horses. Amy: “Not sure which horse is willing to be a candiddate to resolve fear of horses, we have to find the right farm that has less horses, we have to take a long route to reach you. Lou is your common neighbor who is your visitor who likes to ride horses.” Henery was worried! He thought some of my peers like horses, but some of them are so afraid of them. Robert: “Thanks for letting me know about this issue. One of my horses just started to become a candiddate for resolving fears. Since you’re a fairy-rider; you really ride fairies, but your mouse is your backup. I discovered some of my fairies has poofed out. And we have to wait for our fairies to come back,–after their maintenance session.” Amy and I start our process to choose one of these horses to borrow for resolving some problems by planning it out on a powerful tablet to confirm if we wanted to keep our mission going We have to take extra caution when resolving a problem like this..

Lou has arrived; he was out of energy! He’s been running for minutes. Well, he’s a good runner. Maybe he’s been running track for years.

Amy and I has ran towards the road to enter the big city to find the phobia management center for some of my peers who were scared of horses. Robert is driving a truck with 4 horses onboard to follow us. His wife is taking over the farm,–keeping it safe against bad guys who illegally slaughter horses for meat, and they’re been running from the police for years. Amy and I can see them , but they stole the car that is being upgraded by an owner someplace. Amy and I has to take extra caution to prevent the trucker from getting too close to us. We used the lit lane to dodge traffic.

Amy can handle her rider without any trouble, she can sprint good. She can run as fast as a subway train… Amy: “Look all of these horses going no faster than me! I can reach the city in just minutes. Although; I’m going to take a subway.” I replied: “The subway entrance is about 400 meters away from us. All we have to do just take this subway terminal, and go to the large city by taking a ‘star’ train. It’s fast enough to take us there.” Amy and I kept trying to reach the enterance to the subway.

Amy adjusts her speed as she accesses the ramp. I adjust her procise striking angle to enter the subway. She always slow down to the entrance. That’s important for safety. It’s kind of busy at this entrance.

Once we reached the subway; we entered the island platform. This platform is tiled with glass tiles with LED lights underneath. These lights enables customers to see,–if the default lighting system fails. It has different colors of a rainbow, but these tiles are arranged like a grid,–so the train can calculate the length of the platform.

Currently the ‘circle’ train, and the ‘triangle’ train are leaving the platform, this island platform is equipped with shiny new platform doors that are built to allow air to circulate. But it’s powerful enough to prevent bullies from throwing items into the track floor. It’s technically called a track bed. But in this village it’s called a track floor. The platform itself is shiny too, it has a rainbow theme, and it has lit edges. That makes it easier for the train engineer to line up the train to the platform. No station in this city were abandon. Their side platforms are used for subscriber-based services. That means some trains are subscriber-based.

Amy and I are at the south track of this platform, and we’re currently waiting for the train to come. We can hear other trains running, these express tracks were used to allow trains to pass local platforms, like the ’22 train! This ’22’ train is running through long tunnels, and runs along long-distance rails under the large city, and it has a connection to the carless village. Amy: “I never been on a subway before! How do I work this service?” I replied as I ride Amy to position on the right section of the platform: “All you have to do just stand 1 yard behind the lit yellow line,–until the train arrives at this station. Listen to these automated voices that will alert you if a train is arriving. Once the train stops, the door will open. That’s when the exiting customers leave the train, and we will enter the train to go to the another place in the large city.” Amy: “You saved me 7 minutes with this tutorial. And I know the safety of the subway before. But there’s new form of safety for the subway now these days. These platform doors are easier because, that’s important for safety. If we fallen into the track floor, and we’re been electrocuted; that will be a disaster!” Other people on this platform has never seen Amy before. But they’re not afraid. They’re just wondering about this white mouse what I’m riding.There’s no sign of Lou at this subway system. We’re the only ones taking the train under the long city. One new engineer has discovered Amy. She gave her a block of granola and almond mix. And she said: “Wow! That’s an unusual service mouse that is so big. That’s kind of different, maybe our train can handle it.” Amy gnaws down her new treat,–given by an engineer. Amy watches her as she goes to the control panel to activate a new train. She has to go behind stairs to operate the activation panel.

The star train arrives at the platform. It was a new ‘star’ train. It’s white with black windows, and a pink shade below the windows,–making it a fancy train. Automated voices reports current train shape, and stops, just like newer trains in New York, but their train in the big city is distinct.

Amy and I enters the train.

We stood at the set of poles to hang on to as the train starts running. Amy has looked around the interior of the train itself. It has leather-free seats, a tea-brewer, and a cold water department for getting cold water to drink. These lights are bright enough for some people to see. They do have heating and cooling built-in, and there’s lots of ads that promote renewable fuels. But some of the windows are built to deflect sunlight,–making their cooling system runn faster, and reduce energy.

The star train speeds up along the tracks! It’s wheels grip the rails,–making the train run faster than any other subway train!

This train is so fast; we can reach our destination faster. This train can take 4 minutes for our street to be reached. We listen for a reported street name.

Once we reach the street in question, we exit the train.

I Ride Amy up the ramp,–exiting the subway. Some of the workers are so proud of their subway because they had over 200,000,000 people use their subway everyday. Amy and I the only ones who were sprinting out of the subway entrance.

As Amy and I has reached the phobia resolution center; Lou has arrived with Robert. Amy and I are the only ones who were entering the building.Lou: “We made it! Let’s resolve this problem. Since you are a fairy-rider without a fairy, but you’re riding a mouse; you’re the only person can reach the building with your mouse.” Lou discovered both of us going in, and I didn’t respond just yet. I have to get Amy situated in this building to resolve a problem. Robert is getting his horses situated too. They’re going to be shown to some people who had fear of horses.

Amy and I explores the hallway of this facility.

As we explore the facility; we can see lots of categories of any type of phobia, like fear of mice, but we’re just focused on resolving fear of horses for some of my peers who were kept getting scared by them. And some of their parents aren’t able to resolve this problem. Amy: “Thanks for teaching me how to use the subway safely! You’re the king of taking a subway. Maybe you lived in a big city once.” I thought Amy was kidding. But I continued riding her down the hall. We’re finding the category that begins with a letter H. There’s lots of people in this hall. This facility is part adoption center, part recreation center, part gaming arcade;–like these ride-on toy dogs, Cool! And part clinic. “Amy.. Look all of these animals displayed on a large screen. Those are the patients who were suffering animal phobias, just like my peers,” I said. Amy has discovered the another hall with other phobia resolution centers. This large phobia management clinic has been resolving phobias for years.!

Amy and I has spotted a category what we’re looking for.

We found this category that matches my peers’ issue! This facility will help them get their fears resolved.

Amy and I enters the large complex. And we just simply go in. Amy can see some of the patients who already had their fear of horses resolved. They start off with digital reality systems,–before they’re taken to a real camp to get used to real versions.

Some of my peers sat at the waiting room. Some of them are just playing chess with other people. Amy has discovered Lou with his new bike. Lou: “Way to go! We’re going to resolve their fears. Their parents are counting on us to help them. I’m going to work with these difficult parts.” Amy and I said: “I’ll go to the another place of this facility. We need to rent some rooms to sleep in. Johny is guarding our house.” Amy and I has started to explore the large room. We have to varify if this place is safe for my peers.

Amy and I leaves the large room to look up these virtual films what they’re been using to resolve phobias. All movies has to be checked. If they don’t have enough movies; that will be a disaster for their system. Each movie is sorted like a dictionary. So it’s easier to find the film to resolve any type of phobia. That applies to animal phobias.

Amy and I has never discovered this facility like this before. They do have this large built-in hotel, but it’s design for patients who were going to some places to get any type of phobia resolved.

We also discovered a large chart,–displaying how many phobias has been resolved. This following table below is the diagram of the chart.:

Animal Phobia How Many Times This Phobia Has Been Resolved Resolution Failures
Fear of Rabbits 200+ Phobias Resolved 25 Solutions Failed
Fear of Dogs 1000+ Phobias Resolved No Solutions Has Been Failed
Fear of Mice 2000,000+ Phobias Resolved 100,000 Solutions Has Been Failed,–due to use of mouse-traps that are illegally distributed to facility.
Fear of Horses Starter Candiddate with 2 Phobias Resolved. 200+ Failures Has Been Recorded.

Amy and I has never seen this diagram before. One of my peers is still frustrated because, he don’t want to go near horses, and I know my friend. It’s Ivan, he’s been running away from horses for the past 22 years, even during the times when he was a child. Although; Amy was cheering him up for the first time. Amy: “Don’t worry Ivan; these horses are harmless. Your parents has asked Lou to resolve a problem for you.” Ivan didn’t respond at all! He’s just don’t want to speak to Amy, my large white mouse. He’s so afraid to speak to me too! I said: “Ivan… Amy, my large white mouse will not harm you. We’re just here to help get your fears resolved. Most likely you’re been suffering this kind of phobia for years.I know you had Fear of Horses for a long time. I thought you’re going to have fun with us. I’ve been working with my mouse for the past 10 months. She read books to kids at the hospital once.” Ivan still didn’t respond to us at all. Lou was worried. Lou: “Looks like Ivan appointment is coming soon. And we have to let the staff know about this issue.” Lou continues playing cards with my other peers who were trying to resolve fear of horses. Only me and Amy don’t have any animal phobias. Amy: “Lou… don’t forget about your tablet to gather data. Both of us are about to go to the hotel later. And we have to manage our risk to resolve lots of problems for our peers.” Amy and I are getting ready to find a room to sleep in, while Lou does the difficult part of our mission to resolve fear of horses. Ivan is our common person wo has an endless fear of horses.

Amy and I went outside to explore the hallway to find the another place,–where they resolve fear of mice. We can hear other movies playing. They’re open-source movies because, their newly functional copyright reform has already reduced copyright trolls by 400%; and open-source content has been produced by 500% and climbing. Amy: “I hope Ivan and your other peers get their phobia resolved. We have to explore all kinds of problems.” Amy and I encountered some people who had fear of rodents. “ILooks like we’re getting closer to the another facility, but their phobia management center is kind of large. And it’s connected to a large mall,” I said. They’re lots of tourists in this place! Well, both of us are taking our time to explore the entire place. This place is so busy; it runs forever.

back at the palace, Annie and Amanda are working with their project to save the planet. They’ve been running their project since 3 hours ago.

Their project focuses on reducing pollution. And they’ve been trying to find the village,–where they only use a subway system to travel underground. Annie has planned to keep the subway running 24/7. Amanda launches her machine that will explore the icy world. This robotic device will scan the cold place for any sign of improvements,–after this place has been saved from melting,–causing some cities to be flooded. Annie: “Great job Amanda! We can able to monitor the icy world without going there. We can pass down data to our activists who were saving the world.” Amanda is proud of her new project. She just started working with her robot. Amanda: “This robot is going to inspect any place of the icy world to varify if we kept these polluting rigs out of our cold village. Our expensive snow cones are important to fund protection for the Arctic.” Annie logs data to her computer to keep track of the Arctic. They can check it on a regular basis. They’re checking the Arctic because, some fairies live there!

Annie runs to the cellar of their palace to launch the subway. This is an automated subway system that is currently being developed to cut operater costs, and reduce pollution. Like most modern subway systems around the world, they don’t feature operator cabs, but a conductor control panel. Annie uses her magic wand to operate each train. About 33 fairies are jealous because, Annie is really good with computers, and technology of all types. Annie can control 22 trains with one wand. Amanda traces each train route to varify if they’re programmed correctly.

Annie flies over the trains to trace the tracks to varify if these tracks are in good standing. All tracks are clear of fallen objects. This is necessary for all tracks to be open for trains. That means, a train won’t continue it’s journey,–until the tracks are cleared! It’s kind of like a hard work, but this subway isn’t going to be fully functional,–until everything is working properly. Since their palace is the starting point of the subway system, they have to rely on renewable energy to keep it going.

Back at the phobia resolution center, Amy and I reaches the empty store,–where they used to sell meat products, but snake-hunters are trying to alert New Kingdom about a snake problem. Via Amy’s opinion; introducing snakes to our vital part of our environment,–where animals don’t have any predators is kind of illegal. She discovered some TV shows,–focusing on law-enforcing officers cracking down on illegal importation of snakes.

Amy and I runs to the hotel to setup our room to sleep for tonight. Lou is still on his mission to resolve my peers’ phobias. This room is designed like a multiple-room system. That means, there’s plenty of room for us. Amy: “This is a place where we can go to sleep,and spend some time here. This place never close. Be sure to keep riding me. I have to set this place up.” Amy starts unpacking her luggage. I hung on to Amy as she walks down the little hall. The light in this hall is dim because, they rely on LED lights to cut down pollution. “This place is kind of quiet, but I can hear other people. They do have some large tent-like sleeping cots set for this room,” I said. Amy brightens the light of this room. She can see 2 sleeping cots inside. But they’re actually modified tents. She never seen this fancy room like this before! The floor is carpeted, but the walls are tiled. The windows are protected with grates,–to prevent glass from being broken by any force. The TV inside is pre-tuned to the news channel.

Once we’re done setting up our room, we decided to watch TV.

Amy activates the tea/coffee-maker to brew some tea.

Amy and I went to sleep in our room as Lou waits for Ivan’s fears to be resolved. I can hear the movie starting to play. The Movie Player is built to play only open-source films. But managing to resolve all phobias at once can be problematic, they have to do it each day of a week,–until problems has been solved. This facility in this big city has been running for years. And we’re the only tourists who were exploring it.

During the next day; Amy and I are at Robert’s farm. Ivan’s nurse is deplyed as his hypnotist who resolve Ivan’s phobias. Although; his phobias hasn’t been resolved just yet. He’s still far away from Robert’s horses. Amy and I are just having fun,–playing at the garden, jumping over the grassy paths. These grassy paths are flat, and they’re used as biking streets for some farmers. Although grass that’s been cut has been recycled as compost is used to help our plants grow. Almost all of the plants are harvested during the cold days that are arriving. Ivan is really missing out on our fun event!

By Aaron Johnson

Aaron Johnson is the founder of Fairies Dreams & Fantasy, and he's an independent author/musician who is blind. He started Fairies Dreams & Fantasy as his new site. You can follow him on BandCamp His nicname is Fairy-Rider because he rides a fairy in his imagination. He's also a vegetarian, and online activist who want to make our internet, and our creative world a better place to be.
Born and grew up in New York City. He went to school there,. He lives in a big family.
Before he started his new Website; he started writing books to keep his imagination going. First, he relied on using paper and the brailler to write books,--before he has a new computer to work with his projects. He wanted to believe in fairies because he believes that's an alternative to Christianity. He started believing in fairies in 2005,--after he lost vision due to defective surgery, and his mother was so angry at his surgent who maybe don't have any experience or something. Invisible fairies has helped him out cope with his difficult life.
During the time while he's believing in fairies; he went to Kansas State School For the Blind, and he started reading braille as he learned something new. He has to watch some movies what he remember watching since he's a little boy.
From 2005 to 2006; he started running track, and continued his writing project, and he can draw good pictures. He has to drink some tea, interact with other student without any violence, and create something new.
He has interest of riding a carousel, going to a fair, and read books with fairies inside.
Currently; he lives in an apartment solo. But he do have some friends! However, he has to deal with all of the issues what he encountered; he has to varify if his parents were paying his bills.
His projects has been limited to his offline creation because, due to his mother's gambling, and economic abuse what she left behind, he has to get some problems in his family resolved. His trusted ally has helped him get out of his mother's mess.
After he barely recovered from economic abuse; he launched his new blog on a new self-hosted site, Fairies Dreams & Fantasy.

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