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Do The Trees Call You? :

Where is that place where we can go
to feel free to follow what speaks to us
through our inner voice.?

Where is that sacred place
where inspiration is our guide,
or where our guide speaks to us,
and says it's ok to switch on the light,
to become present and be gifted
with all  we yearn to see, touch, smell,
resonate and drink from?

printed paperback version, 284 pages, is available signed 
at our performances, talks, presentations and readings.

Funds from sales go into our Bards In The Woods expenses kitty.

Inside here you will find stories and poems of Celtic mythology, fairy stories, tree lore, Divine questions, and a wee bit of mischief, plus some suggested activities to do among trees and within woodlands.

Also included in this book is 'Ogma's Tale Of The Trees', a suite of 20 story poems about the creation of the ancient Ogham alphabet from the mythology and memory of trees and shrubs.

This compilation was created by Woodland Bard, who lives in Co. Sligo. He has been telling myth stories and performing them for 58 years, is co-ordinator of Bards In The Woods around Ireland, keeper of a Tree Labyrinth at Carrowcrory, Co. Sligo, and facilitates 'Find Your Story' workshops which commences with time among trees.

Yes, this is a Tree Hugger compendium for beginners, experienced and seasoned alike.

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