Category Archives: Don and Wen

Wily Wotan…

* Determined to retake the mead of poetry from, the Giant’s who had stolen it, Odin, The High God, disguises himself as one of them… * He calls himself, ‘The Evil One’. * All the Jotunn have those sort of … Continue reading

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‘Thy Will’… Stuart France

* When, ‘me and mine’ And never, ‘thine’ Is the mantra. Then Nature, shall be… Unkind. Count Jack Black Reblogged from Stuart France

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Portals ~ Stuart France

* “In the programme…” said the man wearing a green-kilt, * * “…the portal-stones lead to another time.” * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Five-Grey-Mares… Stuart France

* Five grey mares… * * On a green hill… Continue reading at Stuart France

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Eye without Vision…

* You believe you are part of where you think you are, because you surround yourself with the environment you want, in order to protect the image of yourself you have constructed. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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The Green Harper…

* “…all the great thinkers recognise the importance of rational thought but they also recognise the importance of getting beyond the rational and that is where the myths and fairy stories come in… Plato spends the greater part of his … Continue reading

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Perplexed…

* … Sergeant Thomas Patrick was perplexed. He was a simple man at heart, yet today, he sat at the desk in his office and the gathering gloom of perplexity festered around him. Those that had the misfortune to work … Continue reading

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Light

* A circle open to the sky becomes a covered mound, Within, a tree now made of stone, casts shadows on the ground. The earth is changing as we pass, each footstep turns to gold The sky inverts reality, a … Continue reading

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Perfect symbols

       “Not necessarily these days, what do think it means?”       “It’s the observer and the observed. They’re the observer. We’re the observed”       “Don’t be absurd.”       I motion out of the roof window where three Red Kites are … Continue reading

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Carved

* A hollowed stone, baptismal well and caves of darkest night… Once more we find a secret hidden in the plainest sight; Where broken pillars signify Golgotha’s final doom Yet ancient wisdom echoes through the ever-silent womb. Continue reading at … Continue reading

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