A flower I shall be, little pretty me, fragrant as a belle, with quickening sap. And burrowing roots, to feel for my friends and to gossip a while, with inquisitive bees. To smile to the Sun, and bow to the Moon, to prepare for that day, that might come too soon. To release all my […]
I am the Moon and the Earth and all the stars. I am the myriad faces in all the places there ever was. I am the legions of eyes that feasted on every dawn. I am the kittens, the puppies and the innumerous fawns. I am the rocks, the sand and the seven seas. […]
Have you ever been lost, with no end in sight, hurting beyond relief, almost dead inside? With people giving you strange looks, for not being able to stand the sight, of naked pain in your wide eyes, of wanting it to just STOP! That feeling of utter dread of having to face another day, of […]
From Youtube: This is Movement 1 from Ludwig Van Beethoven’s famous Moonlight Sonata. The picture is of a full moon shining on a lake. Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoy.
Bon-fire, gentle-fire, merry flames, playing cinderella games. Magick spells and souls afloat, image of the sacred goat. Moon, blood-bloated in the sky, laughing, only She knows why. Bang your sticks, beat your skins, the shredding of the veil begins. Grin and sing, dance and pray to the Mistress of the Fae. Greet your kin lost […]
A languid druid song, written in dew drops on a spider’s dawny web, fills this valley with hope and tears of overflowing. Tendrils of a life vine, anchored in oak’s breast, connect these flighty seedlings, and drawn to fate’s old flame, they drown in glowing fog. Bourne on a spring sigh, the fused sparks settle […]
Earthrise spied from the edge of a Moon lake. Myriads of Martians, nibbling space cake, float by on cloud nine. And lanky Lunatics with crowns of ivy grow green with envy. An errant Dark-sider struggles through the light in search of ever-night.
From Gypsy Spirit Wind: “The moon is a loyal companion. It never leaves. It’s always there, watching, steadfast, knowing us in our light and dark moments, changing forever just as we do. Every day it’s a different version of itself. Sometimes weak and wan, sometimes strong and full of light. The moon understands what it […]
In the gardens of the Sun bloom the deepest shadows. In the paleness of the Moon hides the brightest hope. In the sweet breath of Venus cold death is oft felt. The blind rage of Mars ignites in love’s passion. For the sake of the stars good men lose their mind. And the just pay the price […]
A full Moon tearing at my innards. Mad wolves howling in my brain. This ebb and flow of change…? Dizzy, I wonder where is North? Tidal waves of ferocious hope crash against my fragile sanity. A plethora of new prospects spreads like rampant wildfire. Drawn and quartered by indecision: a collision of conflicting needs, disintegrating and […]
Man, born of stars: his own galaxy. Essence of four birthed by the Moon. Three times seven reflecting the Matrix. That illusive mirror was always within. Breathe sunlight for your progeny is infinity. Sirius-ly! The Helix is everywhere.
From Sheila Kuhn We return thanks to our mother, the earth, which sustains us. We return thanks to the rivers and streams, which supply us with water. We return thanks to all herbs, which furnish medicines for the cure of our diseases. We return thanks to the moon and stars, which have given to us […]
The first baby steps of all life might well have died an infant’s death were it not for out Mistress Moon to stir the cauldron with her spoon. For a mere stagnant pool of slime would not have stood the test of time. Only her tireless devotion is what set the wheels in motion. The soothing […]
The festival of the first fruits – the beginning of the harvest. Time to give thanks to the Green Goddess and John Barleycorn. Traditionally bilberries and blackberries would be picked. Bread would be baked. A feast of celebration prepared. Here in wet Wales, as we travel down the lanes and back roads, we […]
‘t Is now the midnight hour, I call upon the ancient power! On the coming of the dawn: Begone, begone, begone thou spawn! *** I invoke the winds of East and West, bring with you what for all is best! By the cold of North and heat of South, do feed each and every mouth! […]
I shall give it you on a silver platter!
HEAR, ye ladies that despise What the mighty Love has done; Fear examples and be wise: Fair Callisto was a nun; Leda, sailing on the stream To deceive the hopes of man, Love accounting but a dream, Doted on a silver swan; Danae, in a brazen tower, Where no love was, loved a shower. Hear, […]
Lieven Grillaert: Great Streets of silence led To Neighborhoods of Pause Here was no Notice, no Dissent No Universe, no laws By Clocks, ’twas Morning, and for Night The Bells at Distance called But Epoch had no basis here For Period exhaled.