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Fairies are such delicate things. They have gossamer wings and wear lots of pink and lavender. Getting them to work is difficult because there isn't much horsepower behind those wings, and the Fairy Union sets such rigid rules on what you can make them do and what you can't. They can flit around rosy colored gardens, like this one, and leave wing prints behind. They can breathe little lavender bubbles. And they can weave vines together into interlocking and twisted white borders. You can see evidence of the fairies at work in this abstract composition. You can see little blue webs where their spider friends sleep. You can see petals and antenna. You can see the chocolate they spilled. But you can't see any fairies because the Union says it is break time again.