Winter•ful Song

Next Tuesday, 21 December, is the shortest day of the year -- winter solstice.

To celebrate I pulled my solstice song poem out of my archives.

I wrote it in 2016, but it still holds true today...


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12 comments:

Linda Mitchell said...

perfect! Short, sweet and...solticey!

Janice Scully said...

So glad global peace is in your poem. That wish is always relevant!

Tabatha said...

I'm glad our voices are strong, even with the frosty bite! 💕 Happy Solstice, Bridget!

jama said...

Nice!!! I'll be thinking of you and your perfect poem next week. :) Happy Holidays!

Linda B said...

Perfect part from the heart, Bridget! We aren't regularly cold this year, but today will be forty! I actually love getting layered up, so it will be a good one! Happy Solstice to you & all the family!

Karen Eastlund said...

Always hoping for global peace, and I love the flickering candle. Have a good solstice.

Linda said...

Bridget, your poem should be in a children's magazine. It is beautiful to read! Happy holidays!

Buffy Silverman said...

A lovely song--worth sharing again, Bridget!

mbhmaine said...

Perfect! I'm glad you pulled it out of storage. We hit 50˚F today and tomorrow are supposed to get 4-8 inches of snow. Crazy!

Carol Varsalona said...

Bridget, your poem is a wonderful one for the solstice. Global peace is what we need! Voices Strong!

Mary Lee said...

Yes! Let global peace be our Solstice song!

Michelle Kogan said...

What a beautiful Solstice peace poem song Bridget, hope it rings out everywhere, thanks!

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