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#PoeticThursday . . . . Fairy Song

Fairy Song.

Shed no tear! oh, shed no tear!
The flower will bloom another year.
Weep no more! oh, weep no more!
Young buds sleep in the root’s white core.
Dry your eyes! oh, dry your eyes!
For I was taught in Paradise
To ease my breast of melodies,—
Shed no tear.

Overhead! look overhead!
‘Mong the blossoms white and red—
Look up, look up! I flutter now
On this fresh pomegranate bough.
See me! ’tis this silvery bill
Ever cures the good man’s ill.
Shed no tear! oh, shed no tear!
The flower will bloom another year.
Adieu, adieu—I fly—adieu!
I vanish in the heaven’s blue,—
Adieu, adieu!”

By John Keats

Artist Yvonne Gilbert
Text & image source: Snowwolfs Woodland Nook https://www.facebook.com/Snowwolfswoodlandnook/


🌙 New moon & Solar eclipse blessings! ☀️

New Moon in Capricorn on December 26! New Moon is always about new beginnings and
fresh starts! The earth sign of Capricorn is known for its practicality, responsibility, planning
and persistence. It is a favorable time for focusing on what matters and setting practical
professional and financial goals. Time to make commitment and accept responsibilities, as
well as nurturing our true hopes and desires to be manifested in this reality. This New Moon
is also participating in an annular solar eclipse. The eclipse won’t be visible in In North
America, but its influence will affect all of us regardless of the locations. The solar eclipse
energy will shake things up bringing unexpected opportunities, new adventures and
excitement of opening previously locked doors. Don’t be afraid when an old comfort zone has
been destroyed, trust your intuition that guides you to break your imaginable limitations and
shows you the path to achieve your highest purpose. Keep open mind and open heart, and
unfold your earth walk in harmony and grace.


Text credit: Rivers in the Ocean https://www.facebook.com/RiversInTheOcean/
Image & caption source: Sapphire’s Moonbeams https://www.facebook.com/SapphiresMoonbeams/

Solstice Blessings!

We live the shortest days and the longest nights. The return of the Light on the darkest day of
the year symbolizes the re-birth of both physical and spiritual Suns. Deep within the Earth a
new life force germinates and moves forward to the awakening Sun. During the times of
darkness, we withdraw, reflect and seed new intentions to manifest our soul growing path.
Let your inner Sun radiate its light outwards with a renewed intensity and guide you towards
new beginnings. Let your light bring kindness and goodness in this troubled world.
May you be always blessed and walk in beauty. I honor the Light within you.

Art by Michal Dziekan
Text & image source: Rivers in the Ocean https://www.facebook.com/RiversInTheOcean/

High recognitions . . . there are many stars that influence our terrestrial world!

“Only a few people know that it is not only the sun and the moon that have an effect on
Earth and on us human beings. Indeed, there are many stars that influence our terrestrial
world! Their effects even reach down into the center of this planet. The inhabitants of the
kingdom of nature, both big and small, know much more about this fact!”

– Roselis von Sass (The Unknown Babylon)
The writer draws inspiration from “The Grail Message”
(In The Light of Truth) by Abd-ru-shin

Text & image source: Garden of Illumination https://web.facebook.com/Garden-of-Illumination-1433140463620723/

…watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you…

“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world
around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden
in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in
magic will never find it.”

~ Roald Dahl 💚

Text & image source: Earthschool Harmony www.earthschoolharmony.com

#PoeticThursday . . . . A Little Wren in Winter

A Little Wren in Winter

She flits among the holly leaves,
a tiny dappled short-winged wren;
she sings with joy above the eaves,
announcing hope throughout the glen.

Her songs now tell of longer days,
of glistening snow and evenings,
replete with vibrant trills that raise
a zest for feasts and frolickings.

While winter’s razor teeth can bite
frail birds aloft in freezing zones,
bel canto saves the wren tonight;
her chest beats warm as she intones…

refrains that ring of golden skies,
of warmth that balmy springtime brings.
A little wren in winter flies
among the holly leaves and sings.

By Barbara Gaye Wood.

Artist Mike Stinnett
Text & image source: Snowwolfs Woodland Nook https://www.facebook.com/Snowwolfswoodlandnook/

#FridayFantasy . . . . The swan has come to alight

” On the bank of a pool
in the moor
The swan has come
to alight
But he does not dip
his beak to drink,
He is eager
…. to fly away. “

– Baba Sheikh Farid 

Text & image source: Rumi, Saadi, Hafiz (Poems and Quotes) https://www.facebook.com/RumiSaadiHafiz/

The Sun and the Cave ….

” The Sun and the Cave ….

One day the sun and a cave stuck up a conversation.
The sun had trouble understanding what ” dark ” and
” dank ” meant and the cave didn’t quite get the hang
of the ” light and clear ” so they decided to change
The cave went up to the sun and said, ” Ah, I see, this
is beyond wonderful. Now come down and see where
I have been living. “
The sun went down to the cave and said, ” Gee, I don’t
see any difference. “

– Sufi Story <3

Text & image source: Rumi, Saadi, Hafiz(Poems and Quotes)

#TenderTuesday . . . . transition

“Finding the crack that separated the Underworld from the Earth,
Persephone climbed through
and rushed into the arms of her mother waiting on the other side.
And it was Spring again.”

From “The Pomegranate Seeds,”

Illustrated by Leonid Gore.
Text & image source: Edmund Dulac https://www.facebook.com/Oct2282/