Podcast 56 – Harvest Home
This episode looks at various harvest festivals, including Michaelmas, Mid-Autumn Festival, and Thanksgiving. It includes poems, songs, stories, and a pair of essays. Enjoy!
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- “To Autumn,” William Blake
- “Gathering Leaves,” Robert Frost
- “To Autumn,” John Keats
- “After Apple-Picking,” Robert Frost
Stories & Essays
- “Michaelmas,” by Cory
- “Corn Mother,” a Penobscot Legend found in American Indian Myths & Legends
- “Corn,” by Cory (from the blog)
- “Two Accounts of the First Thanksgiving”
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- “Autumn Time,” LIbana
- “Lillibulero,” Shira Kammen
- “Harvest Hymn,” The Revels
- “John Barleycorn,” Jack Montgomery
- “Darkness,” Cynthia McQuillen
- “White Mare/Hoof & Horn,” Pagan Carolers
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