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Posted: April 30th. 2010 12:41:28 PM

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May Day the First Flowers and the end of the Rain

by Magus Thorn Darkweaver

Age Group: Adult

May Day the First Flowers and the end of the Rain

The showers of the rain will stop or soften when they are found. The flowers will soon drain that away into the thirsty ground. The meadows are alive with color again as the flowers bloom, and up above in warm calm skies the sailing silver moon. Now all is life and all is noise a twinkling merry song. We must all enjoy this time for we know it won’t last long. The spring that is bright and soft springs from this one day and warm winds signal that the May Queen comes this way. Lady Titania the fairy Queen and her attendants of the Fay dressed in all colors of bloom journey the fields and in the meadows stray. The re-beginning of their feasts and dance commence upon this day the glorious music of the songs of birds fills the gentle breeze and the birds all return home from winter lands far away. They come and serenade us and tell they’re traveling tales drums are added to this with their rhythmic cracking of seeds and snails the elves come out in glades and thicket and the woods are full of wine and song the youth in love are on the prowl and the wolf song comes in peal in howl. It’s very hard to wear a scowl upon this blessed day the wine this day is sweet and light the last of the winter casks and all the fair folk dance and sing as do mortals in gowns and mask a time to celebrate the warm and birth and the rejuvenation of the earth until the summer comes. But on this day the first of may give yourself some cheer go out and bask in the suns warm glow or share time with someone dear listen to the music of elves and birds a thing few mortals ever heard but the wizards call the tune, On the day when the Dream berries bloom, and none can turn their mind to doom. Tarry in meadows with the Fay and food and wine to end your day. This is the merry first of May, Beltaine The feast of May-day

Author's Notes: April 30th 2010: As I was toiling away at my herbs and took a rest with my pipe something came to me and i though about what tomorrow would be I though about the joy of spring and as i peered through the smoke of my pipe these Joyfull visions came to me

Author's Location: Medford, Oregon
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