(silf) • Greek
(n) a female spirit of the element of air; an invisible spirit whose voice can be heard in the breeze. in ancient times, “sylph” became synonymous with witch
“we are the descendants of the wild women you forgot.
we are the stories you thought would never be taught.
they should have checked the ashes of the women they burned alive
because it takes a single wild ember to bring a whole wild fire to life” – nikita gill