For over sixty years, I have crept into the soul of the Fool.
This traditional stock character in folklore is imbued with a certain sense of power, wisdom and magic. He can raise the dead as in the Saint George Mummers Plays,
follows with authority as the last dancer in the Abbot’s Bromley Horn Dance.
He laughs, protects, projects warmth and kindness and mystery. These stories and poems based on fun, frivolity and sorrow, come from his bag of tricks.