The Empress Tarot Card eBook
Permutations of the Magician Archetype

"So Go On Thy Wintry Way"

This vintage illustration depicts an errand of hope and cheer.  The accompanying poem reads:

What if the skies be drear?
What if the wind be chill?
There's a spirit reigning everywhere
That sings, "On earth, good-will."

So go on they wintry way
With an inward hymn of mirth,
For thy errand brings hope and cheer to-day
To a sad and hopeless hearth.

From Arthur's Home Magazine, 1885. 



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