Pagan Poetry

I do not know who wrote this, so please if you know who the author is tell me so I can give proper credit. I have been into the darkness, and return to light. I relied on inner vision when I had no mortal sight. I returned unto the Mother …

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Pray to the moon when she is round. Luck with you will then abound. What you seek for shall be found, On the sea or solid ground. – Unknown If anyone can tell me who wrote this please let me know! Blessings Sway

Pagan Poetry

In Honor of Mother Earth By: Elizabeth Barrette As Her body is our body From bone of rock to blood of brine, There can be no true division Between the people and the land. We see ourselves in all the world. As Her body is our body. From breath of …

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A Meditation on Meaning by: Elizabeth Barrette Search for meaning fill our days Trail of crumbs through thorny maze. Still we show – a hidden clue – Who we are through what we do.   Smoke and mirrors, truth and lies, It should come as no surprise. Deeds alone make …

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I thought this was fitting as we are entering the dark part of the year. Shadow Fest by: Gerina Dunwich Moon of magick, Blood for fertility, Druid fires blazing bright. Spirits roaming, Wail of banshee, Other world shadows drape the night.   Ravens soaring, Wings of sorcery, Eyes like darkest …

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