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The Wick'd Day of Destiny

Do you recall that wick’d day of destiny
At Camlann when Arthur fell
Near the corpse of murderous Mordred,
Nephew, some say the rightful heir… 151 more words

Poetry

Crow Goddess – Morrigan

Draped over her shoulders, with its full hood pulled around her face and sweeping to the ground behind her, was a cloak made entirely of ravens’ feathers.

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Ireland

Of Alfar and Dvergar

Alβiz Alfar Föðr,
Born of moonbeams
Dancing on the fog of the forrest
Near the river of Rhun,
Patriarch to seven brothers and sisters
Awoken on the riverbank. 208 more words

Poetry

The Hosting of the Sidhe

The host is riding from Knocknarea,
And over the grave of Clooth-na-bare;
Caolte tossing his burning hair,
And Niamh calling, “Away, come away;
Empty your heart of its mortal dream. 100 more words

Poetry

Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper

Simon, Jane, and Barnabas Drew are on a summer trip with their parents, visiting their mysterious uncle in Trewissick, a small and ancient village, just outside the limits of Cornwall, England. 695 more words

Young Adult

Celebrate With the Sorleys

With Thanksgiving tomorrow, I wanted to take some time to show how grateful I am to all of you lovely readers who’ve followed my writing journey this year. 458 more words

Folklore

The Great Myths #2: The Dream of Óengus (Irish)

Óengus was asleep one night when he saw something like a young girl coming towards the head of his bed, and she was the most beautiful woman in Ériu. 1,638 more words

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