Monthly Archives: May 2013

No Questions


The Gloaming



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Should be.

“We don’t speak of them.”

Her eyes turn away.

“Bad news.”

Absence of sun;

Contained darkness

and secrets.

“One day they just weren’t there.”

“A blessing really.”

Where did they go?











Rural History


Our lady of the Garden




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Mysterious and powerful.

Life giving.

You flow through


Around me.

I stand before you-



It was in the silence

Of the night

She came to him.

As she entered:  

The scent of Frankincense;

Purification of space.

The sound of wind through the trees,

The buzzing honey bee heavy with pollen.

A lover’s sigh;

Ecstatic contentment.

As she exhaled apples would ripen.

With her smile wine would flow.

Without words she shared

Divine illumination.

His hand would dance

Across the page;

Passionate consummation

Of  words.

In the morning he would wake

Alone and spent.

Her scent lingering in the air.

Heralding his Metamorphosis.


The Windmill






He didn’t talk about his feelings;

He drank them away.

She raged against life.

Pulling down what remained;

Blaming it for living.


The culture of silence was born.

How do I pull back the curtain;

Shine a light on this?

And learn from their mistakes.

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Magickal Arts

hands in the garden

Poetry, song lyrics and other literary junk

A Mirror Obscura,

Poetry, musings and sightings from where the country changes

In Vegetables We Trust

Home to over 200 vegan recipes.

The Druid's Garden

Spiritual Journeys in Tending the Land, Permaculture, Wildcrafting, and Sustainable Living

Save the Arts in schools!

“Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last, you create what you will” – George Bernard Shaw

Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

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The poetry addict

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A blog about travel and photography by the documentary photographer Johannes Laaksonen

Live & Learn

David Kanigan

Light & Shadow

Once more you hover near me, forms and faces Seen long ago with troubled youthful gaze. And shall I this time hold you, limn the traces, Fugitive still, of those enchanted days? You closer press: then take your powers and places, Command me, rising from the murk and haze; Deep stirs my heart, awakened, touched to song, As from a spell that flashes from your throng. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, "Faust, Part I"


A Woman After His Heart

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Notes on Seeing, Reading & Writing, Living & Loving in The North


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