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1. Lithe haiku

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Dancing and singing
Feet tapping on wooden tables
Voices in laughter
Midsummer Solstice
Wheat swaying in the sun
Long day and short night
The summer solstice
Flowers bud, herbs grow, birds sing
Bountiful harvest
Cutting the new wands
Divination and healing rites
Earth clothed in rich green
Sweetness from the bees
Celebrating fertility
Crowning the oak king 

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Story Information

Author: RiverOtter

Status: General

Completion: Complete

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: Poetry

Rating: General

Last Updated: 06/23/05

Original Post: 06/23/05

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