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Three winters’ tales, of darkness and light

Part 3: And now, a time for dancing The small market town awakens to Christmas Eve. The longest night may have passed, but still the morning is late in arriving. Snow has fallen overnight, coating the footpaths with thin white … Continue reading

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Three Winters’ Tales, of Darkness and Light

Part 2 A middling time, of fire and frost The thudding of hoofs echoes through woodland glades. A horn blows, a shout goes up. A deer falls and the huntsmen rejoice with cheers and laughter. The forest that once, in … Continue reading

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Three Winters’ Tales, of Darkness and Light

Part 1: A Time Before Time Once upon a time, an ancient time when there was, as yet, no time, a mighty forest was born. The first small trees seeded and suckered, fruited and grew. Tall and tiny and in-between, … Continue reading

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