A Song for All Hallows Eve

O Holy Night! The stars are brightly shining Over the red roofs of Glastonbury town. Asleep are the folk, lying there quietly dreaming Of the coming of the Winter King’s holly crown. Dark is the night; its nadir as black as coal. Only the fire red eyes of the dragons glow, But something is stirring,…

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A Cathedral of Birds

Watkins Books’ Mind Body Spirit online magazine has now published my poem, A Cathedral of Birds, which you can check out by clicking this link: https://www.watkinsmagazine.com/a-cathedral-of-birds Or you can read the whole poem here on my blog. It was partly inspired by my experiences of singing in the choir under the heavenly Vesica arches of…

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How Grace You Fair The Summerlands

How grace You fair the Summerlands, When the Wheel revolves to Your command. With tumbling tendrils of Your blooming hair, Your perfumed breath woven into June’s air, And soft, downy roses of Your cheeks pink, Under apples honeying for ambered drink, The moss-sweet meadows bubbling with springs, Young cranes soar overhead with Your wings.

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