Golden Dawn Of A New Year – 5 December

The shortest day of the year
We gather to lore hear
Keep the Yule log blazing bright
All through the cold dark Midwinter night

The longest night of the year
We gather ancestral spirits near
Keep the covens magic might
Shining spell beacon in the endless night

The darkest night of the year
We gather all we hold dear
Keep the heart fire in our minds sight
Steady soul rhythm all through the quiet night

Until the golden dawn of a new year

©RedCat

Through that window I got a glimpse into the Three Witches world once again. For more read Witches Walpurgis Night Preparation.

Written for today’s Adventcalendar post, and The Sunday Muse.


1 December – Advent Calendar 2020
Waiting a Long December Night – 2 December 2020
Glow – 3 December (2019 Re-Post)
Birth Echoes Through Time – 4 December
Golden Dawn Of A New Year – 5 December
Night Walks – 6 December (2019 Re-post)
Spirit of the season – 7 December (2019 Re-post)
Searching For A Way – 8 December
Surrender Sky-clad to the Moon – 9 December
Tomten Wonders – A Golden Shovel Poem Inspired by Viktor Rydberg, 10 December
Midwinter Love – A Landay Poem, 11 December (2019 Re-post)
Cold Moon – 12 December (2019 Re-post)
Saint Lucia – 13 December (2019 Re-post)
Inglenook Dreams – 14 December
Dark moon of the crone – 15 December (2019 Re-post)
Gothic Christmas Carol – 16 December
Love Me, Accept Me, Hold Me – Affirmation poem, 17 December
Mnemosyne visits – 18 December (2019 Re-post)
Yule Angst – A Villanelle Song by Kmt47 feat RedCat, 19 December
Girl Blue – A Love Song, 20 December
Solstice prayer – 21 December (2019 Re-post)
Longing by the Moon – 22 December
Moon Madness – A Acrostic Poem, 23 December
Gift Rhymes – 24 December (2019 Re-post)

7 thoughts on “Golden Dawn Of A New Year – 5 December

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  1. Keep the heart fire in our minds sight
    Steady soul rhythm all through the quiet night
    Until the golden dawn of a new year

    A very good close RedCat. With all the worrying circumstances around, we’ll just sit tight for the next few weeks, to stay safe and to hope for a better tomorrow in the year ahead.

    Hank

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