A Leap Day Poem

  Here’s a poem by Jane Hirschfield: February 29 An extra day— Like the painting’s fifth cow, who looks out directly, straight toward you, from inside her black and white spots. An extra day— Accidental, surely: the made calendar stumbling over the real as a drunk trips over a threshold too low to see. AnContinue reading “A Leap Day Poem”

February 1, Saint Brigid’s Day

Saint Brigid, patron of dairy farmers   ( artist unknown)   Brigid was honored before Christianity came to Ireland. I’m quoting from a blog from the Anam Cara Retreat Center: Welcome to Imbolc, the season of change and transformation– sometimes all in the course of one day… …On the Celtic calendar, February 1 is the beginningContinue reading “February 1, Saint Brigid’s Day”

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