Posts Tagged ‘ winter ’

Fighting the Post-Equinox Blues with Scraps of Happiness

Sep 23rd, 2018 | By
Every Day Magic

It is easy to feel sad now that the nights are really drawing in. In the Moon Books community book Every Day Magic, Mabh Savage wrote this entry for September 23, with a magical suggestion to help beat the post-Equinox blues: For some, the Autumn Equinox can be jarring realisation that summer is over and

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Seasonal Pagan Poetry – Winter Fishing

Nov 15th, 2017 | By

Winter fishing   Winter light comes knife blade bright Sharp to eyes and lungs Autumn sludge does not begrudge This chance to glint and gleam. Blues and greens from children’s dreams Painted on land and sky, All agleam are stone and stream Where soaring buzzards cry.   Blue electric, blue majestic Supernatural seeming sight Feathered

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The Old Woman Comes

Jan 2nd, 2015 | By

by Robin Herne Silence over fields lies long, Broken by the robin’s song. Wild the dreams of sleeping soil, Matron royal rests, freed from toil. She walks without wake on snow, Blue-shanked, the storm cawing crow In search of flesh, hoar-chinned chills The blood. Cloak-quills black, eye drills Through frozen fears. Under, ice Water floods

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Winter King

Dec 24th, 2014 | By

By Lorna Smithers you take me back to what is raw, glacial plains of horror, the obnoxious beauty of it all   to beyond the ice age when millennia ago we met when the universe drew breath,   when the binding song coalesced. You came as cold wind and your inspiration was death.   You

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