to which I've added the poem Arktos
Rouse with hunger or indifference
to a morning darker than the night
Shake the season from your fur and rise
to stand inseperable from the snow
Below the ice swim seals thick with blood
So shaking somnolence from your brow
you crawl like a man across the drift
smelling for prey, intentions sharp as stone
Wind of knives and fury born of stars
May not deter a giant built of ice and claws
Unless the sleep of solstices be on him
He, Son of Sedna and the Northern Waste
Today is Remembrance Sunday in the uk
who have given their lives for the peace and freedom
we enjoy today.
On this day people across the nation
pause to reflect on the sacrifices made by Them.
We wear the poppy as a sign of remembrance.
Service at Sudbury St Gregorys Sunday 9th November 2008
was once again a massive success with vast crowds enjoying the
displays, set to a £40,000 sound system, with a backdrop of an
impressive bonfire, rides and stalls.