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In the shadows

I woke from little sleep to glorious sunshine and crawled blearily from my bed, which seemed the most comfortable place in the world at that moment, even though it might as well have been a bed of nails the night … Continue reading

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Grow…

  Touch me with your smiles, Drink your tears As a river of joy, And I will be child, woman, goddess, Light as time, Stronger than peace, A gentle night Of soft morning sun… And, quietly trusting life, We grow … Continue reading

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Full Circle: St Michael and All Angels, Addingham

From Little Meg we had a leisurely stroll down a wooded path, to a tiny church we had glimpsed from the circle on our first visit. It had turned out to be one I had stumbled across in my research … Continue reading

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Hunters and gatherers?

“That’s women’s’ work…” I threw the wet sponge in his direction. Had he not been laughing as he said it, I might have been tempted to throw something more substantial. There was a time, not so very long ago, when … Continue reading

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Who?

“You’d make a lousy feminist!” My son’s words followed me down the garden path as I left. As a child of my generation, I am used to the changing face of the familiar, but his throwaway comment of, ‘It’s a … Continue reading

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WHAT’S UP DOC? Lines of communication IV…

* …’All colour had faded from the sky and although the big board by the gate creaked slightly in the night wind, there was no passer-by to read the sharp, hard letters that cut straight as black knives across its … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes…

It is an odd thing to put on a workshop where ritual and drama are mixed. Odd, but old… theatre has its roots in the sacred drama of ancient times. Even the rituals of the Church have a theatrical element, … Continue reading

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WHAT’S UP DOC? Lines of communication II…

* …Cara: If we can’t trust the written word what can we trust? Bugs settles at the West and Cara at the East. Bugs: Vertical Polarity! Cara: recites… OL SONUF VAORSAGI GOHO IADA BALTA. ELEXARPEH COMANANU TABITOM. ZODAKARA, EKA ZODAKARE … Continue reading

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WHAT’S UP DOC? Lines of communication I…

* For those with eyes to see and ears to hear… * Floor Set up (Altar, placed centrally on chequered floor and covered… With, placed on it, top-hat, upended, with placed in it rabbit mask and ears x2, and cards, … Continue reading

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Ghosts

    * Come, child, Be not so sad. Morning heals the night And ghosts melt Into angels With the waking day. Life dances To a sacred rhythm And eternity laughs At men And time. *

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