Destiny’s Song

Destiny’s Song

“Destiny’s Song” came to me when I was working with the Italian fairy tale Catherine and her Destiny. When Catherine was a young woman, her destiny appeared to her as a goddess and offered her happiness. But she could only have it for half of her...
Come Back, Persephone!

Come Back, Persephone!

After presenting “The History of my Voice” last week at the Health and Spirituality Network meeting in Toronto, I discovered this little two-part monologue that I had written several years ago. It emerged out of the insight that the myth of Persephone’s abduction into...
Cinderella’s New Year

Cinderella’s New Year

A Fictional Story by Michelle Tocher It comforts me to think that there are things we can leave behind in the old year…. and somehow, in the tumult of letting go, there’s a finding of something essential that will carry us into the year ahead. That’s...
A Little Solstice Story

A Little Solstice Story

Dear friends, The other day, coming down the steps of the subway, I saw a homeless man who was sitting by a pillar with a sign. He had been crying and he was trying to compose himself as people streamed down the escalator. My heart was caught by the sight of him in...
Song of a Spinner

Song of a Spinner

During the 1990s, when I was enduring the worst of the symptoms of chronic pain and fibromyalgia, I moved inward and shifted my attention to the feminine characters in fairy tales. They seemed to know a lot about being cast out of the mainstream and thrown into...

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