Winter Solstice

“After the longest night,

tomorrow we sing up the dawn.

There is a rejoicing that,

even in the darkest time,

the sun is not vanquished.”

— Dacha Avelin

May Pole reimagined

round and round this day we dance

solstice fantasy

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May Pole Makeover ~ Recognizing December 21st Winter Solstice • Photo and “Winter Solstice” haiku poem by Mary O’Connor

© 2021

See How to Reimagine!

“Passing Shadows” ~ Surprising three-line haiku poems, illustrated with full-color photos and watercolor paintings, offer new ways of seeing everyday things. Find touches of love and light in this refreshing new joy-centered book by Mary O’Connor. Available at local retail shops, as well as the Florence Griswold Museum and on Amazon.com.


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