Sunday, 5 October 2008

We are no more or less than the stars............

Leaving my work, I run out into the late afternoon sun, the shadows grow long and cold fingers of late shadows begin to creep on the edge of the soft sun. I know we are encroaching into the dark, the damp scent of decay is present and I feel the land is slowing down. I adore this time of the year, there is a gentle magic and an introverted sigh as we let go of the summer and it's riches. All is falling to rest, all is beginning it's simple long silent wait until Yule.

I am the waning moon,

The Goddess who is fading from the land,

When you see my power fade

And the leaves fall from the trees;

When snow obliterates like death,

All trace of me upon the earth.

Then look for me in the Moon,

And there in the heavens you will see the soul of me

Soaring still amongst the stars.

When I am hidden, I am renewing

When I am waning I am making ready for my return

Remember my promise and look within you,

And there you will always find the spirit of me.

May we all be blessed with a loving and peaceful week.

Love and hugs Lynn xx

30 comments:

Jema Rose said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!

Have a lovely week..!

/Jenny

<3

The Devil Makes Work said...

Hi Lynn,

That is lovely. Hope you are well.

BB.

W.
xx

MuseSwings said...

What a beautiful post! I love your poetic writings and your poems!

Henna said...

You´ve captured the feeling of this season..magnificient writing..
I wish you a breathtakingly beautiful week!

Hugs/ Anne

Jema Rose said...

Thank you!!! I made the pictures with Adobe Illustrator CS.

I am finally starting to feel better after having a cold for 3 weeks..!

Hope that you are well too!

/Jenny

<3

Annie said...

Such a beautiful meditation on the passing of summer. Your picture at the top was especially lovely. I particularly like the olive wreath crown made from a recycled book.

Katja - Bag End said...

Beautiful picture collage and and a poem. Have a wonderful week! I do not mind this time of the year either, as long as it would stop raining... :-)

Cheers,
Katja

Henna said...

Hi again :-)
I´m using a Tilda-pattern,it´s not that hard to do but to turn everything inside out is a little struggle ;-)

Sweetest dreams!

Hugs!

Naturegirl said...

Lynn I love your use of poetic words when expressing your feelings about this Autumn season!I shall remember
"When I am hidden, I am renewing" hugs NG

Millie said...

...and you too dear Lynn.
Millie ^_^

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

My favorite time of year. You captured it lyrically.

manon said...

j'adore toutes ces petites paillettes que vous cousez sur vos ouvrages.....et je fais la collection des vierges en platre
alors I love this mosaic.
bonne semaine
Manon

Jeanne said...

Love this
I love all you share.
Love Jeanne

Marja Kristiina said...

Loved this, too. I'm pretty speechless actually, by the beauty and thought that prevails in your lovely blog.

I love this time of year as well. The magic of darkness and candle light, the ghost-like appearance of bare trees, naked from all the green. The calming down of everything, the gradual introduction of the first snow, the Yuletide.

Hugs, my dear friend!

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Autumnal blessings to you too Lynn.
Niki x

Katie said...

wow...you are a beautiful soul, Lynn.

Edie Marie's Attic said...

Hi Lynn!
Such lovely poetry! Very soothing!
Hugs, Sherry

Di Overton said...

The last two days the sun has shone on Northumberland and the colours are to die for. You make it possible, with your lovely words, to forget that we didn't really have a summer - thanks

Lina said...

Hi Lynn!
I just wanted you to know that your gift is on it´s way to you. I went to the postoffice Friday.

Take care, BIG hug!
Lina

Tonia said...

When I read your post I was literally tearing up. Absolutely beautiful words and images. Thanks so much for sharing. --tonia

Karen from A`Musements said...

Hello Lynn... Well, I thought I loved your handwork most, but now I am torn... your writing is beautiful! What an enchanting image you evoke, and what a soring spirit! Thank you for sharing your words with us... your heart!
(And your handwork is absolutely stunning!)
Bisous!!!
Karen

kay said...

I have just come across your blog and just wanted to say how absolutely beautiful it is...thank you for such wonderful words!!

Karin said...

Dear Lynn!

It is all sooo beautifull! Your nice photos, wonderfull words, lovely handcraft and your magical paintings! They are all like the most lovely poetry!

The wreaths are so nice, especially the one from old books!

Thank you for sharing, and for my magical moment here!!!

Love and hugs,
Karin

Martine said...

Beautiful photos, beautiful texte, I love this season so much as well and you have "said it "so well,
look forward to see your next post!! Love martine

Solange said...

oops, missed a post I see. You certainly have been very busy and the things you make are just beautiful. I love the way you write and well, will be back soon Lynn. Until then, enjoy the days to come,


Solange :-)

saint ange said...

love, love, love Lynn
I love all in this blog..
friendly
domie (saint ange)

Shirl said...

Beautiful, it captures the moment exactly ...

Solstrimmor & Stjärnstrålar said...

Yes, beautiful! So is also your music!
I want you to come to my blog, I'll give you something.
Hope you're having a nice weekend!
hugs
nins

Solstrimmor & Stjärnstrålar said...

Yes, it was spooky, two souls - one thaught.
hugs
nina

vosgesparis said...

you are totally right with your observations... seeing it the way you described it isn;t so bad to slip into the wintertime again, I also think wintertime is an inspiring time in blogland with us all making a warm place from our homes... yeah ;)) thank you for the nice switch in my head :)