Beltane

Poem By Pete Crowther

Beltane tonight
so boys and girls
be glad,
leap,
sing and dance
about the flames
of youth
and happiness.
All life
rejoice
in earth’s
fecundity.

Comments about Beltane

I adore Beltane and this poem is a lovely tribute. Well done. Hugs Anna xxx


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