Imbolc term begins

the muse of drama greeting the new moonLast term at Belshade was Samhain and now it is Imbolc, named after the ancient Saxon quarter days of the year. First day back at college and at least the weather has been reasonable. Visiting the city in the evening I found the muse of drama and the stage greeting the new moon from the Clarendon Building in the city and thought it appropriate.

Pray, let there not be too much drama. Pray…

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