Tag Archives: mistletoe

Of Carols and Kissing Boughs ~ Alli Templeton

Reblogged from Medieval Wanderings: This time last year I was proudly labelling seven bottles of our own freshly brewed Sticky Rogers Mead which, incidentally, has matured into a very pleasant medium-dry festive tipple, and continues to grow in flavor and … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Calendar 2018! Romance, Anne Copeland and the Christmas Trees

She keeps looking up at the mistletoe when we are out for our walks and sighing a bit. When I asked her why, she said that when she was younger, the mistletoe was one of the first bits of Christmas … Continue reading

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Metaphor #midnighthaiku

Thought and memory Druids bird and druid’s bough Mixing metaphors

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Guest author: Paul Andruss – THE GOLDEN BOUGH

The third in a series of guest posts by author  Paul Andruss… It never struck me why the druids called mistletoe ‘The Golden Bough’ until I saw it in flower. The small insignificant flowers turn the whole plant dull gold … Continue reading

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