Easter

Within the blackness of the night His body lies at rest Alone within His catacomb, amidst the quiet chill His skin is pale and bled of life, no air’s within His chest He lies in state, forsook by God, within the lonely hill She weeps within the waning night, alone before the morn When death … Continue reading Easter

Autumn

She comes in whispers, glimmers dancing softly on the waltzing breeze in scented hues that sing a gleaming melody in crimson waves upon the floating arbor seas. Behind her train the vespers evensong of birds is raised and fades within the shrinking light that glows in soft and tender swells along the edge of night. … Continue reading Autumn

Summer

Golden streams of liquid light flow thick and hot through tepid seas forgot within the march parading on the grounds of time's remorseless trot within the life of space.  A shrewd démarche, a haze lies thick amidst the sullen boughs weighed down by verdant arms made drunk by shining light.  A hush befalls the rotting … Continue reading Summer

Bealtaine

Bright flames leap high into the thawing azure skies beyond the growing, withered glow.  The final traces of the cold have fled into the warming ground and brighter hours saunter lazily on greening avenues in settled, turbulent arrangements, intertwining in an orgy of the senses' union - Holy Dance. Fervor is imbued with love and … Continue reading Bealtaine

Winter

In darkness lies midwinter’s lonely road beneath the bleak discriminating erne. He pads midst silent seas of snow and firn and stride upon the troglodytic wold. The sun grows shy before his slow advance, the moon tenaciously asserts her berth. Her glow illuminates the raven’s mirth and floods the season’s gelid, hoary manse. Amidst the … Continue reading Winter

Samhain

Naked watchers stand as silent, holy congregants - skeletal formations, planted stoic, tall, and still; calm sentinels in somber dress, heralds of the chill that comes in dead of night, with death’s silent chants. Amidst the boughs there blows a mistral, howling shrill cries of boiling blood, to freeze blood’s marrow and bones as fading … Continue reading Samhain