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“The trees stood up like silver candelabra of some incredible cold candlemas of purification.”
“Current Mood: candlemas.8 gunslingers | crown me king”
“When R. got home, she basically confirmed the same thing (although it would be candlemas, not mabon) and was clearly pissed about it also.”
“The bishops present kiss the palm which they receive and his right knee: and the mitred abbots and _Penitenzieri_ kiss the palm and his foot , as do all who come after them in the following order, which is observed also on good-friday at the kissing of the cross, and it is also on candlemas-day and ash-wednesday.”
“Isn't this sort of behaviour supposed to be highly unlucky, breaking all Godly rules of candlemas?”
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words that evoke magic, mystery, mayhem, magnificence or anything else that glimmers in the grass
The delicious wonderful words that I love terribly dearly and without which, the world would be a less inventive and worthwhile place. Also, ostensibly, the reason 1984 and esperanto secretly suck.
Church of England, schooling and family-by-habit. Brownie and Guide parades.
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