Saturday, May 16, 2015

If You Wished John-Peter Would Have Expounded...

Then wish no more.

Below are two sites on Irish mythology with concise information.

The first has the story of Nuada of the Silver Hand, which John-Peter told his nieces. It also tells the story of Lugh, the name the Steward of Tara had considered for his rebellious creation.

The second tells the story of Connla the Fair, the magic apple, and the fairy that came to claim him. John-Peter also told this story to his nieces, but, deeper than that, it was the metaphor the boy used to describe the true love he knew was waiting for him.

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