Monthly Archives: June 2013

Summer Soltice Blessing to all my Readers

“Not only is it Sum­mer Sol­stice, there is a full moon. May love sur­round you like sun­shine on a sunny day.”  William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” [well almost the same day….]

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Mary Cope, poet, and her tribute to Avebury

 Following on form my previous post – I thought that you, dear reader, may like to see the complete poem by Mary Cope, regarding Avebury. From western lands beyond the foam, We sought our English fathers’ home By few or … Continue reading

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‘Huge druid stones surround the spot, Which else had almost been forgot…’*

We last visited Avebury in November 2012, late in the afternoon when the Sun in all his grandeur sat much lower in the English Sky . It had been the end of a perfect weekend away- we had been to … Continue reading

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Psssst – I have a confession – I have been unfaithful and I have started another Blog

Well I have actually had it a long time, it’s been somewhat hidden behind closed doors –  but  I feel the need to perhaps do more with it. It’s called Saccharine Madonnas – and it’s about my fascination with the … Continue reading

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