Category Archives: seasonal celebrations

“Bless me Father, For I have ….”

Bless me Father,  for I  still have visions of fish bones. The spectacle of fishbones stuck in my throat,
 robbing me or my family of the ability to breathe,
 with the offending bone growing larger by the second.
 This vision … Continue reading

Posted in Brigit, Goddess & Saint, Clencolumkille Donegal, pagan celebrations, Poems, seasonal celebrations, St. Blaise

Burrow into November

Field, forest, and sea sink into longer times of darkness. By late afternoon the sun sends thin slits of light through branches. There is hoar frost each morning. Snakes, worms, bears and frogs all burrow in deeper, as I do … Continue reading

Posted in ancient sites, Ireland, magic, Poems, poetry November, seasonal celebrations