Tag Archives: Folk Song

Isle of Emain… Stuart France

*  A far distant isle lies in leagues fifty-thrice over the ocean to the west larger than Erin, twice. * Many faceted Emain encircled by sea rising from tide into sky an ever wondrous beauty. * On the fair isle … Continue reading

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Flames of the Fire-Drake… Stuart France #writephoto

* “All the elements can be used to ‘scry’,” smiled the instructor, “but fire is the most difficult because the flames flicker so quickly. To get you started we’ve freeze-framed a fire to give your vision the chance to keep … Continue reading

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Forever Falls… by Stuart France

* I was here When Ronald took the hot seat. I watched from afar, Appalled, When he called Diana, David And stumbled over lines which in His day of hay He would have chewed like baccy. * Continue reading here

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Bardic Study – Waltz of the New Moon… from Stuart France

* Another one of Robin’s early efforts. When invoking the  Bardic Spirit  there  are not  too many candidates around, unfortunately… For a spell this was my all time favourite song ever, if only for its helter skelter whirl of minor … Continue reading

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Bardic Study – The Iron Stone… from Stuart France

* Another early song from Robin Williamson. Not too much to interpret, perhaps, in this weeks offering. Just a straight forward description of the finding of a stone, which we are bound to assume is the account of a true … Continue reading

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Bardic Study – The Eyes of Fate… from Stuart France

* ‘Oh, who can see in the eyes of fate, All life alone in its chronic patterns? Oh, swan, let me fly you To the land of no winds blowing. I know nothing, and know that I know nothing; All … Continue reading

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Bardic Review…from Stuart France

* It has been our policy for some time now to ask Companions to bring readings for inclusion in our Landscape Weekends… We first tried this on the Glastonbury Walk and Talk and were delighted with the results. The energies … Continue reading

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