Tag Archives: Winter solstice

Song of the Solstice

Dead Dame of the Solstice, rise from your coffin Shine light in my heart, your heat on my skin Rise from the southlands, rise into the heavens Fill me with light though cold winter begins. Daughter of Dawn, your bright … Continue reading

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My Solstice Wish

A wish for stillness … To travel inwards … To hold to goodness … Embrace with love This, with Season’s Greetings, I wish to those who follow this blog, with special affection for those who have helped me so much this year. No … Continue reading

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The Solstice

The sun has left, has gone away cold and darkness rules the day the earth is hard, the trees are bare bleak and barren winter’s here. But light the fire and watch it burn and know the sun will yet … Continue reading

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Ding Dong!

If God is the God of all the Universe God must be God of the Martians too. Wishing all my followers A joy-filled, peace-filled, love-filled Solstice Day

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Solstice Message

The sun has left, has gone away cold and darkness rules the day the earth is hard, the trees are bare bleak and barren winter’s here. But light the fire and watch it burn and know the sun will yet … Continue reading

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The Guy in the Barbed Wire Hat

It was the week before Christmas and the town-centre bar was busy. Late-night shoppers, colleagues meeting before the ‘works’ Christmas dinner’. In the next booth were four women, two men, all in their tinsel, each glowing louder with every new … Continue reading

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