Nimue Brown

The use of cauldrons

Aug 13th, 2017 | By

By Nimue Brown In the Taliesin myth, the events leading to the central character becoming a famous bard are kicked off when sorceress/goddess Ceridwen sets out to make a potion. She does it to try and give her son wisdom to offset his apparent insufficiency. She has an old man and a young boy watch

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An unseen river runs through it

Aug 30th, 2016 | By

  The hill speaks to him in light and shadow. He takes paint and water to make earth and sky. Flow of inspiration from place, to heart, to paper.   The image speaks to me. A hill I have not seen A day I did not witness. Paint and water Earth and sky. I am

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Pagan Poetry – Speak to Me

Jul 19th, 2016 | By

                  Speak to me Lift my weary heart With wood-born wonder. I dream your face, Needing to be seen By you, by nature, To be in the real world Of plant, flesh and soil Not the unreal world Of human fantasy.   Speak to me, Breath to

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Pagan Poetry

Sep 24th, 2015 | By

A small piece by Nimue Brown…   To Robinswood Hill   All morning, the hill remained flirtatious, A hide and seek across miles of landscape. Unseen behind the forms of other hills On floodplain, obscured by trees and angles. We follow, watching for signs of presence Elusive hill, never twice the same glimpse. Re-invented by

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