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Conflicts between shifters and wereanimals-beluae-are common; petty For, strange as it may seem in these matter-of-fact days, there are people still living who not only hold that there are Piskeys, but say they have actually seen them! One old woman in particular told me not many months ago that she had seen little bits of men in red jackets on the moors where she once lived.
She used to be told about the Piskeys when she was a child, and the old people of her day used to tell how the little bits of men crept in through the keyhole of moorland cottages when the children were asleep to order their dreams.
pierreducalvet.ca/111071.php In the centre of the ring stood a Little Fiddler, fiddling away with all his might, keeping time with his head and one tiny foot. The faster he played and flung out the merry tune on the quiet moonlit night, the faster the Piskeys danced.
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As they danced they almost burst their sides with laughter, and their laughter and the music of the Little Fiddler was distinctly heard by an old man and his wife, who then lived in the cottage near the castle. One little Piskey, somewhat taller than a clothes-peg, was the best dancer there, and his laugh was the merriest.
He was dancing with a Piskey about his own size, who could hardly keep step with his twinkling feet. As the Piskeys careered round and round the Piskey-ring, the tiny chap who was the best dancer, and had the merriest laugh, suddenly stopped laughing, and his little dancing feet gave under him, and down he went with a crash, dragging his little companion with him.
Before they could pick themselves up, the Piskeys who were coming on behind, not seeing the two sprawling on the ring, fell on them, and in another moment Little Fiddler Piskey saw a moving heap of green-coated little bodies and a brown tangle of tiny hands and feet.
So amazed was he at such an unusual sight that he stopped fiddling, and let his fiddle slip out of his hand unnoticed on the grass. When the Little Men had picked themselves up, except the one who had caused the mishap, they began to pitch into him for tumbling and causing them to tumble, when something in his tiny face made them stop.
You are looking worse than a cat in a fit. It was a queerness that made me fall on my little stumjacket. Am I ill like those great men and women creatures we sometimes entice into the bogs with Piskey-lights?