Enbarr of the Flowing Mane is a beautiful horse from Celtic mythology. He is associated with the great Celtic sea god, Manannan mac Lir. The Isle of Man was the throne of Manannan, and the island takes its name from him. Enbarr could travel like over land and sea. He is sometimes referred to asContinue reading “Enbarr”
When I was a child, I danced like the fireflies, I sparkled with light. I followed my soul, And my path through the night. I spoke to the moon, I sang to the stars. I giggled in wind, I whispered to trees. I roamed over mountains, I hid under leaves. I smiled in the rain,Continue reading “Follow”
One day in the Summer, when there was a rainbow in the sky, Max trotted along the wet garden path. He wagged his tail as he dotted in and out of the drookit flower beds, his fur drying in the new sunshine. It was a braw day and the air was alive with beasties. HeContinue reading “Max and Leith”
The dragon, Dair, and the woman, Leyva, are twin flames. This is the most forceful and dynamic soul connection. It can be a tumultuous relationship, full of pulls and pushes, challenge and healing, shadows and light. Each is a mirror to the other. Each is the other’s half. The dragon reveals Leyva’s most profound fearContinue reading “Twin Flames”
My creativity has wavered throughout Lockdown. At times, I have felt unable to write or draw. This has usually been in times of emotional upheaval or lockdown fatigue. I needed to concentrate on self care and rest. I did try to write small amounts in a journal. Another thing that has helped with this difficultyContinue reading “Creativity in Lockdown”
It was a bitingly cold but beautiful day. The kind where a thousand silent, white stars gasped at night, heralding the first blush-pink sunshine. Oisin stepped outside of his hut. His feet crunched in the crisp snow as he made his way deeper into the forest. He always found peace here, away from the villageContinue reading “Lunabelle”
This second time round is hard. A lot of people are running on empty. The line of our lives pre Covid has started to blur, like the flickering end of an old movie. Loss has made us feel tired, frustrated and sad. But, we’ve all shown compassion for each other. Love for each other canContinue reading “Nature and Lockdown”
In his curving tree- Heart shaped face, Wise edges. Quiet and still, seeing hidden light in the shadows.
The natural world is unstoppable. Despite a global pandemic, there is still growth, renewal and hope.
A silent stare, meets mine with grace. Then he slips away, Across the tawny braes.