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Mabon- Celebrating the Autumnal Equinox By Andrew McKnight
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Mabon- The Autumnal Equinox- The Pagan Thanksgiving- Michaelmas.... For centuries the time of thanks and prosperity of the fruits of our Mother Earth has always been symbolic of the time where She... More > quiets herself for the winter. A remembrance of when She lay herself down to rest; when the cold winter months began until the time of spring where She can be reborn for the Earth and return with the Spring. In this book you find the tales and traditions- the customs, foods and festivities associated with this ancient custom of giving thanks. Blessed Be!< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Autumn Equinox 2012 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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The Autumn Equinox is the fulfilment of our dreams and the fruits of our labors. Farmer's markets are overflowing with succulent vegetables. Tangerine butterflies and golden leaves soothe our... More > soul. Poetry celebrates this arrival of delight. We savor the beauty of painted skin, peer through the subtle wrapping of fog, and watch the shadows of ourselves walk before us. Non-fiction soaks us into the world of a teenage girl's crush on her teacher. We hear about a joyful new addition to a family. Fiction draws us along on twists and turns. A couple loses themselves in projects when life becomes too painful. A widow takes a fresh look at the world. Bethany Hamilton is a beacon of bright, unadulterated joy for living. After a shark attack left her without her left arm, she could have retreated from the world. Instead she leapt back on her surfboard, took on every new challenge, and became an inspiration to us all. Her message to us - "I would encourage you to just LOVE LIFE!"< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Autumn Equinox 2011 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Autumn with its rich, vibrant hues inspires us to breathe in the richness of life. There are the exuberant images of whales waving hello against the mountains of Antarctica. Then there are the tiny,... More > 8mm beauties which radiate an ethereal glow. Poetry paints the air with its mosaic of sounds. We are seduced by the wail of a saxophone and haunted by the images of a woman struggling against cancer. A sister comes to term with her fractious relationship with her sibling. Fiction twists our emotions as an expectant mother fears the worst. A lonely woman craves the grace of dancers' delicate movements. Non-Fiction aims the spotlight on the experiences of our community. A grandmother struggles with the loss of her beloved mother. A tour guide in Alaska enriches visitors with knowledge of the Tlingit culture. Life is not a effortless sail from one coast to another. It is often stormy with fierce squalls and periods of dead calm. Every moment has something to teach us, if we would but stop and listen.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Autumn Equinox 2015 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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With this autumn issue we have completed eight full cycles of Mused. The number eight is considered quite lucky in both the Japanese and Chinese cultures. Christians praise the eight blessings of the... More > beatitudes. Jews celebrate Hanukkah for eight days. I wanted to take this fortuitous moment to thank each and every artist who entrusts us with their works – both the ones we publish and the ones we don’t. It is a leap of faith to send in an artistic creation to any magazine and we applaud your courage. Thank you to the thousands of readers who eagerly await to each issue. It is your appreciation and enthusiasm which makes this all worthwhile. We have readers in Alaska and Hawaii, in South Africa and in China. We love hearing feedback from each and every one of you. A warm thank you to the team at Mused. Every person here is a volunteer who invests hours and hours of attentive effort. Diane Cipollo deserves extra mention. She singlehandedly creates the beautiful layout of every issue.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Autumn Equinox 2013 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Autumn is a time of beauty and gratitude, of soaking in the serenity of our world around us. Medieval folk would refer to this simply as "harvest season" - for to them that was the key... More > function of this time of year. Artwork explores nature's glory in this harvest season. A sunflower glows with gold and brown. A single drop on a leaf glistens with shimmering color. A skilled banjo player shares his love of music. Poetry brings us in further. Sage smoke rises from the center of a labyrinth. Henna and fuchsia leaves delight the eye. The vanilla fragrance of an orchid warms the heart. Non-fiction lets us step into another's shoes. A young girl stands up to bullies. A young woman finds her path in life. A daughter struggles with her father's aging. Fiction explores the realms of growth. A teen girl balances between childhood and adult issues. An adoptive mother experiences a mix of emotions. Photographer Joann Vitali demonstrates how beauty is all around us. Come savor the moment with us.< Less
Wooded Walk Upon the Advancement of the Autumn Equinox By Andrew Feazelle
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‘Wooded Walk Upon the Advancement of the Autumn Equinox’ is a short piece for clarinet and pianoforte of approximately four minutes and twenty seconds of length, written in the late... More > summer of two thousand and thirteen by the composer Andrew Feazelle. Reflections of Bax, Vaughn Williams, and Walton are displayed as the composer describes a walk – companionless; perhaps comfortless – along a deep wooded path, cooled from the advent of the fall season. Brief moments of excitement, of romance and nobility do occur, yet there is always present the capitulation and reconversion to darkness. The sun is of little warmth, what little there is through the leaves actively dressing for the equinox, that but wisps of chilled air, dilute with the smell of chimney smoke, keep the walker roused, contriving thoughts of a hot, savory meal and a fireplace to have it by. {Artwork by J.A. Grimshaw and compliments of Wikimedia Paintings.}< Less
Wooded Walk Upon the Advancement of the Autumn Equinox By Andrew Feazelle
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‘Wooded Walk Upon the Advancement of the Autumn Equinox’ is a short piece for clarinet and pianoforte of approximately four minutes and twenty seconds of length, written in the late... More > summer of two thousand and thirteen by the composer Andrew Feazelle. Reflections of Bax, Vaughn Williams, and Walton are displayed as the composer describes a walk – companionless; perhaps comfortless – along a deep wooded path, cooled from the advent of the fall season. Brief moments of excitement, of romance and nobility do occur, yet there is always present the capitulation and reconversion to darkness. The sun is of little warmth, what little there is through the leaves actively dressing for the equinox, that but wisps of chilled air, dilute with the smell of chimney smoke, keep the walker roused, contriving thoughts of a hot, savory meal and a fireplace to have it by. {Artwork by J.A. Grimshaw and compliments of Wikimedia Paintings.}< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Autumn Equinox 2014 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Autumn is a season of powerful transition. It brings devastating hurricanes and stunning alterations in landscape. It reminds us to treasure what we have for surely everything can change in an... More > instant. Our photographers challenge us to look closer - to see the beauty and meaning in each moment. A bright-eyed owl is blind in one eye. A dragonfly seems dipped in gold. A landscape takes on new meaning when seen from a fresh angle. A bird's feathers take on shimmering color and symmetry when viewed from above. Our poets bring distant worlds to powerful life. We tremble in the powerful aftermath of a destructive thunderstorm. We weep at the tragedy of a Guatemalan village, ruthlessly mown down. We shiver in the frigid distance between a newlywed couple who has begun to split like a withered tree. We wrap ourselves in emotion as a patient grapples with a harsh diagnosis. Our fiction writers bring to life vibrant worlds which seem all-too-real.< Less
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Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Fall Equinox 2010 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Autumn nurtures us with a swirl of vibrant colors, a snuggling of comfy sweaters, and a cupping of hands around warm, fragrant tea. Poems draw you in with flying geese, butterscotch leaves, unruly... More > gusts of wind, rolling thunder, sparkling cobblestones, misty clouds, lavender scented steam, and kaleidoscopes of emotions. Artwork reveals a fog-enveloped pier, a rustic covered bridge, an ancient rock arch, traditional rooftops in France, and a glowing sunset in Hawaii. Fiction stories envelop us in the world of a manipulative husband, a litter of kittens, and a wife who struggles to be secure. Non-fiction lures us into a dusty attic, cringes from an alcoholic father, holds us tenderly during the passing of a beloved cat, and visits with the revered Eleanor Roosevelt. Fantastic wood carver Janel Jacobson, who turns tiny pieces of wood into exquisite works of art, shares her inspiration with us: "What you can do, or dream you can, begin it; Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. --Goethe"< Less