This is an interactive fairy story, of sorts.
It's pretty well-written, well-executed, and super short. It ends just as I was getting interested, really.
The game does have kind of a confusing conceit. You start out as one character, a country man who is interested and inspired by folk stories. Then at some point, without much explanation, you transition to a different avatar, who is the person who wrote down said stories. However, this happens only once, and you don't transition back, so I can't say it was all that useful as a framing device. If I had transitioned between the two of them a few more times this would have made more sense.
The end result is a game that feels good, but kind of unfinished. I checked the walkthrough after completing it just to be sure I didn't miss anything, since it really felt like there should be another chunk, but, nope, that's all there was!