Dame Fortune is a goddess or spirit whom some believe brings luck and fortune to the lucky few.
She is a mercurial lover--fickle and fast to flit away. She only showers luck on those she deems fit, often those who show both physical and mental strength. Alexander often found dame Fortune sitting on his shoulder. Fortune never says good-bye; one finds out it has deserted them just as they need her the most. That is usually when one begins meeting the bad things.
In Daventry, the poor man's idea of a great tale involved a tradesman or poor farmer falling in with a fairy and thus gaining a fortune overnight. How many wild-eyed dreamers have spent their days searching out such instant prosperity instead of buckling down and taking the long road to that end?
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Probably inspired by Fortuna the roman God of Fortune, and personifiaiton of luck. But Tyche would be the greek equivalent.