Ancient dancers pause
Hearts open to their secrets
A marriage ring of earth and stars
Flesh and divinity joined
The photo for this week’s prompt was taken at an ancient stone circle in Cumbria. Long Meg and her Daughters had ambushed us, late one wintery afternoon and we have been back to the circle several times since then, even including it on Full Circle, one of our workshops in the landscape.
Long Meg herself is the tallest stone and she stands apart from the circle of her dancing daughters. She is carved with spirals, now weathering into memory, and her presence, both in physical and psychic terms, is immense.
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Lady Lee Manila with one for last week’s prompt