Autumn Leaves and nature’s bounty

Watching the changing colours of leaves in autumn is known as Momijigari in Japan. This year in the UK we’ve had a wonderful extended autumnal colour display, stretching in to winter. In the last few weeks, the field maples have turned bright yellow, beech and wild cherry a wonderful burnished copper and oaks a deep … Continue reading Autumn Leaves and nature’s bounty

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‘Leaf Dance Moon’

Here is a delightful poem written by Cymro ap Arthan, it was very appropriate when he read it out on November's meeting.  With his permission, I get to share it here.  Enjoy. Leaf Dance Moon Winter is called by ‘Leaf Dance Moon’, When winter comes with its first chill, Rolling down after Summers Eve. Leaves … Continue reading ‘Leaf Dance Moon’

Samhain 2013

Calan Gaeaf 'Spirits of this place await “Calan Gaeaf” to call. So come with the Corievaltauvi, celebrate Samhain for all. Skies have thickened now with tumbling clouds, Fields have yielded their harvests are ploughed rough and naked until seeded next year. The earths so dark, decay in the air Ready to fertilise the next seeding … Continue reading Samhain 2013