The Lady’s Tree a Crimson Creative Challenge

CCC 11.29.19

For Crimson’s Creative Challenge. I admit I did not research what a bronze age henge was. I saw a tree, three circles, and …. magic. Olde magic. So here we go.

You have plenty of scope and only two criteria:

  • Your creative offering is indeed yours
  • Your writing is kept to 150 words or less

The Lady’s Tree

Come my children
come with me
to dance around
the lady’s tree

dance ye lovelies
my maidens young
your feet be bared
and hair undone

come ye mothers
with face still fair
dance with joy and
flowers in your hair

Come ye crones
dance once more
with grace and wisdom
unknown before

Come and dance
maiden, mother and crone
welcome the magic
sing the olde song

Word count 69

Til next time ~Peace ~JPP

3 thoughts on “The Lady’s Tree a Crimson Creative Challenge

  1. Oh, I do adore this. You might have noticed I’ve a liking for such songs, and you’ve matched it so well to the photo. It’s exactly the scene that I saw when I come upon this tree. Well done, and thank you for giving this to me. 🙂

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      1. Yea, I’ve felt that too. I got totally befuddled at Avebury, couldn’t find my way out of the circle, and then got lost trying to find our way back to Devices. And I’m pretty good with a map.

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