Watch the Snow Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share a poem about being cozy inside watching a steady snowfall. Watch the Snow by Maranda Wabik Snow falling in a blanket As I am cozy inside Watching the flakes accumulate I can hide in my cocoon No need to leave anytime soon The wintery time of reflection…

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Snow White, Child of Winter and Bringer of Spring

Welcome to day three of Winter Faerytale Week! For this post, I have decided to discuss the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves with a focus on the deeper meaning of Snow White as a character.    I thought that this would serve as a good companion piece to yesterday’s post on the…

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The Snow Queen and Frozen in Comparison

Welcome to day one of Winter Faerytale Week here at White Rose of Avalon.   For this first post, I have chosen the topic of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen.   In particular, I will be comparing and contrasting it with the Disney film based on it, Frozen. The story of the original fairytale…

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Frost & Snow Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share a poem about the divine energies of this season of Winter. Frost & Snow by Maranda Wabik Apples in the snow Got no place to go Blood drops  Unto a white blanket Frosty images Painted on the Glass window pane Jack Frost Is in the air Snow…

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