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Winter Solstice By Robert Crowley
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A short story of two who fell in love . . . .
Winter Solstice By David Resnik
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Winter Solstice is a collection of short stories and poetry written by David Benjamin Resnik. It deals with human relationships, life, death, growing up, nature, and other topics.
Winter Solstice By Michael Hogan
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Winter Solstice: Selected Poetry 1975-2012, edited by James Hepworth, gathers together the very best of Michael Hogan’s work from the Paris Review, The American Poetry Review, the Iowa Review... More > and dozens of other journals and magazines, as well as several out-of-print books. It is a valuable addition to the American poetry library. Sam Hamill in his Introduction to this volume writes: “These poems written over the past thirty years most often contain a narrative thread that leads into an awakening insight, a meditative revelation that arrives not with a shock, but with a sigh or a moment of stillness capturing an essence that is pure poetry, that moment between image-making and philosophy, between the intimate whisper of truth and the song’s need to be sung.”< Less
How to Celebrate the Winter Solstice By Thomas Harrop
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Celebrate the winter solstice with friends and family in a way that creates happiness and fond childhood memories. Take back the winter solstice and celebrate it without religious overtones. Mark the... More > passing of the year as human beings have done for millennia with food and song and candles. Start making memories with your family this year.< Less
How to Celebrate the Winter Solstice By Thomas Harrop
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A couple of years ago we decided to start celebrating the winter holiday with reason and science. We didn't find any books or websites that provided a very satisfactory way to do it, so we decided to... More > create our own celebration. We hope that people all over the U.S. and the world will help us create a secular celebration that we can all enjoy and share with our friends and family.< Less
Winter Solstice 2012 By Klaudio Zic
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Every priest worth one’s own salt would mark the Venusian cycle as relevant; in tracing it from its low ebb in 2017 towards its peak in 2017 and also slightly beyond. One would notice the peak... More > of the Eon of Cetus through 2012 – 2013 and mark it next to biblical Aion 2014. These critical times were encapsulated within various minor peaks for the Eon of Cetus II; namely I, II and III, apart from the twin ^^ peaks of the Age of Pegasus, namely II and III; New Age or Era of Eridanus being less relevant for the chronology at hand.< Less
Winter Solstice 2012 By Klaudio Zic
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Every priest worth one’s own salt would mark the Venusian cycle as relevant; in tracing it from its low ebb in 2017 towards its peak in 2017 and also slightly beyond. One would notice the peak... More > of the Eon of Cetus through 2012 – 2013 and mark it next to biblical Aion 2014. These critical times were encapsulated within various minor peaks for the Eon of Cetus II; namely I, II and III, apart from the twin ^^ peaks of the Age of Pegasus, namely II and III; New Age or Era of Eridanus being less relevant for the chronology at hand.< Less
Winter Solstice 2012 By Klaudio Zic
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Every priest worth one’s own salt would mark the Venusian cycle as relevant; in tracing it from its low ebb in 2017 towards its peak in 2017 and also slightly beyond. One would notice the peak... More > of the Eon of Cetus through 2012 – 2013 and mark it next to biblical Aion 2014. These critical times were encapsulated within various minor peaks for the Eon of Cetus II; namely I, II and III, apart from the twin ^^ peaks of the Age of Pegasus, namely II and III; New Age or Era of Eridanus being less relevant for the chronology at hand.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Winter Solstice 2011 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Winter infuses our world with magical beauty. Trees become glistening creations of white, frosted with snow and gilded with ice. Misty landscapes remind us of the serenity of solitude. Drops of water... More > become shimmering jewels. Poetry wraps us in the sensations. Blue holiday lights reflect merrily off of car hoods. Cozy fires blaze to warm frosty toes. Weary shoppers in line lose track of the true meaning of Christmas. Fiction gives us garlands of glowing lights in Delhi, India along with a Christmas celebration embraced by mist and ancient cedars. Non-fiction looks back at relationships. A woman muses about what type of cake her absent father might have wanted. A man remembers fond moments in a life with an alcoholic father. Winter is a season of nature's essence. We gaze at the bare bones of trees, rocks, and landscapes, and glimpse the ethereal harmony which has always been there. It is a time to offer gratitude for all that we have, and all we can dream of becoming.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Winter Solstice 2009 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Winter solstice. For one day we have the shortest amount of light, the most darkness. Then, slowly, resolutely, the sun returns. Mused Winter Solstice 2009 captures the hush as our world prepares... More > for a fresh start. Poetry begins the journey. In Winter Moments we glimpse perfection in a snowy day. Adieu poignantly paints the leaving of a cherished home. For fiction which reflects reality, Blackberry Winter muffles us with "three strikes" in rural Georgia - "a girl, colored, and ugly". Our real life stories are even more compelling. Epileptic Journey traces a family's struggle with seizures. Asylum peeks behind the bars of a psychiatric ward. The artwork of Mused illuminates. Path to Nowhere reveals a New York forest, Gloomy Day a Newfoundland harbor, Rutland State Park a Massachusetts lake. Nancy Dietrich reveals how writing was a life-saving escape from an abusive marriage. As she documented her life stories, "I finally started to gain some distance from each episode. And only then could I start to heal."< Less