Otherworld Calling by Elsa Marie Edmond Heart laid bare, tattered and torn With no more fight inside; Dark cold soul lost and forlorn Drowning by the incoming tide. A soul alas from foreign lands Hidden from this plane; Pale skinned and frozen hands Fading as the life force drains.
Kieron P. Baird is a published writer, on a personal journey of self-discovery and improved mental well-being. Kieron has a First-Class Honours Degree in Animal Biology and lives in Central Scotland, UK. Connect with Kieron P. Baird on Facebook. If you enjoyed this poem, please DONATE to Kieron P. Baird
We’re now several months into COVID, and the festival world has certainly been the worse for wear. Luckily, a few techno-savvy folks have kept the festival experience alive, and one terrific example is Celtic Festival Online. Spearheaded by veteran Celtic artisans Billy & Nichole Healy of Healy Glass Artistry and
From Scoopwhoop.com Celtic astrology is one of the oldest in the world, primarily used by the natives of Central European nations. The Celts were highly conscious of their environment and imbibed nature in their religion and symbols. Consequently, their astrology is also divided into Celtic tree signs and Celtic animals
Travelers flying into the City of Derry airport have been able to view a breathtaking sight, a giant Celtic Cross growing in the forested countryside. Crafted from roughly 3,000 Japanese Larch, deciduous conifers that bear yellowish needles in the Autumn, this masterpiece of horticultural art was planted by forester Liam
Pendragon Chainmail is a predominantly history and fantasy based armor company based out of Akron Ohio, and operates mostly within the Renaissance and Medieval festivals as traveling merchants. The owner and founder, Jerry Hartung, began over thirty years ago by hand making his first shirt of Chainmail with steel links
Swords! Oh, my goodness, while spears and arrows certainly were good weapons, there has always been something mystical and special about what is essentially a big long knife. Yes, I know some will disagree with that assessment, but that is basically where swords came from. However, swords have had a