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Discovering the Deities

There between
the scattered stars
was you.

Down among
the leafy brush
was you.

Near to
the weeping willows
was you.

Hiding in
the ancient oak
was you.

Nestled in
the warm earth
was you.

Floating in
the iridescent sky

Is you.

Originally posted as a writing prompt here

Death of Summer

The ghost of Autumn has come to haunt us once again
her wispy, greying hair dancing in the mellow sunlight

The rush of fresh, cool air through the open window;
the trees are wearing their golden hues again.

She whispers into my ear on foggy mornings:
‘Come find me where the ice and snow are hiding;
come along softly, don’t bring ill tidings’

She sings of dying, of rot, of darkness

She brings the Summer to an end, slaying John Barleycorn
with the scythe that she has sharpened on the rocks of her domain.

The ghost of Autumn brings us the bounty of fruit,
of rain,
of cold,
of death.

November Rites – New Episode out now!

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November Rites

The next episode of Heksecast is live!

November Rites touches on some of the traditions or folklore surrounding November in parts of Britain.

Listen carefully, dearest listener. The nights are becoming darker and the night creatures are out to play. Make haste and enjoy a warm drink and a cosy setting whilst you listen to this, our latest episode.

November rites – heksecast

Focusing on aspects of folklore and traditions from November, this episode gives a short summary of some of the oldest folk traditions in Britain at this time of year.

Featuring the song Down By The Greenwood Side by The Hare and the Moon. Big thanks once again to Grey Malkin for allowing your music to be featured in Heksecast!

As always, you can find our latest episode on a variety of platforms including Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Tune In, Stitcher, and more.

Have a listen to the latest episode below:

You can find our previous episode, Autumn Traditions, by clicking HERE

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