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The Star

She almost seemed made of stone

Except for the child-like expression

Of her face

And the innocent wonder

In her quiet eyes, shone

Quietly breathing… 120 more words

Poetry

Ode, to a Winter Breeze

Blow gently, morning winds

Your spirit, softly send

To us, on this frozen morn

A message of love, new-born.

The sun is glistening, bright

As dew, changed to frost in the night… 155 more words

Poetry

Summer Solstice 2014 Business Meeting Minutes

Called to Order: 7:15 pm

Folk present: Grey Catsidhe, Weretoad, Tara Loughborough, John, Cassandra, and Andrew

Allies: None

Guests: Bee

Old Business:

Touching History in Western England

I’ve seen lots of surprising ancient sites in my time in England: Viking burial grounds, Roman villas, and Saxon towns. Somehow, though, I’ve missed two of the most important: … 730 more words

Travel

Come sit by the fire.

Welcome, pull up a log and a mug of something warm.

It seems fitting that my first blog post be today; Winter Solstice. Winter is my favorite season – a time of log fires, mulled wine, magical walks through thick mists and naked forests. 1,163 more words

its written in the stars

can the constellations of the stars be behind the stories in the scriptures?

in the bible…. god sent two bears to kill some children

but why did the “children” shout …”go… 1,666 more words

Yuletide 2014

We began our preparations with paper craft.

Revisiting snowflakes,

getting messy with glitter,

tearing, cutting, glueing,

and expressing our love of winter, and the rebirth of the sun. 282 more words

Seasonal Festivals