Poetry: festae

Today is the Charistia, the old Roman festival for celebrating and acknowledging the debts, credits and reciprocal arrangements between you and your living neighbors. Yesterday was the Feralia, for acknowledging those relationships between the living and the dead. Tomorrow is the festival of the Terminalia, for recognizing the boundaries between human society and Nature.

If this is your cup of tea, you can look for my kindle/ebook Festae on Amazon.com,

The specific poems for these three festivals are also here: Feralia, Charistia, and Terminalia.

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