Tag Archives: winter Solstice

Together, Poles Apart

As a little girl, I loved the tale of Borrobil by William Croft Dickinson. There was something wholly magical about the battle between the Summer King and the Winter King facing each other in within a circle of stones to … Continue reading

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Ethera ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

She was Ethera, and she came at the peak of the longest night, on the cusp of the broadening daylight. She was Ethera. A human. A spirit. A soul. Sometimes one. Often all. She’d lived among them, flesh and blood … Continue reading

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Solstice #midnighthaiku

Youth and age must meet Mutual recognition Spring born of winter

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Wether in winter – Jane Dougherty #writephoto

Reblogged from Jane Dougherty Writes: This Winter Solstice story is one I included in my blog post for the Long and Short Reviews Winter Blogfest. You can read the whole post here, and if you leave a comment you have … Continue reading

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Into the Dark Earth – Steve Tanham

I have always thought that, from a mystical perspective, we are lucky to have winters. This may seem a strange sentiment, but I have my reasons. If we believe that we are a part of what is all around us, … Continue reading

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