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Pagan Poetry – The Cailleach

The Cailleach “Bloody teeth and wizened fingertips, a Holy unholy sight, hobbling and hopping across the border, Alight and brazen, aching to be something Other, Older, Wiser, Starting once again, In the bowels of the Earth in the depths of … Continue reading

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What Would My Inner Queen do?

I have been musing about how one takes control of ones own sovereignty in regards to the parts of ourselves that we might ‘give away’ in interactions with other people – whether unwittingly or knowingly, and the impact that it … Continue reading

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Badb at Samhain – Guardian of Death

Image – Natalie Ving Memories in dirt trod places An ache of something soul wired Screeching across field and foe The rankling of oppressive chains Ripped and charred Once a story learned by rote No longer spoken but on the … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry: Sight from the Morrigan

Art – Bojan Jevtić Sight from the Morrigan Needle claws Across my eyes Blood drenched rivers Flow across my arms Blink to black then white Crow sight There stands a woman covered In soot and darkness dirt Blacked by the … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – “Other Eyes.”

Image – Nadia Maria Photography “Other eyes.” What does it mean to be starry eyed? To have cosmic dust deep in your eyes To peek beyond with void in veil What does it mean to have Other eyes? When the … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Woad Warrior

I am Her And She is me The guardian in woad A story screams Across the void Marked in battle lines I hear her scream Guttering The pitch black chord of night I am her and She is me There … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Connection

Image – Olivia Rose Photography All her own work “Blood to the Hedge, Prick of the finger, Lightning in our veins, It’s not wise to linger The Wanderer Held hands with the Shifter Blink And you missed Her Blink And … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Songs of my Forebears

Image –by Shi-Nya-Nya The Songs Were like Dust In my Bones Aching Yearning to be released Blood stained fingertips Becoming fingerprints Along the edges Of the Cave wall I bury my heart deep Betwixt the hedgerow A shadow of the … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Forging of a Warrior

Image from Tumblr A thousand waves descended And yet I did not drown Don’t ask me to lie Don’t ever expect me to lie down Warriors are forged And fire is my craft Once you know the secret You can … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Song of the Morrigan

Can’t lie to the seer who dreams in Crow tongue Can’t take back the future when it’s already done Can’t shade the soul whose sound in their core Can’t fool the Goddess She’s been here before. -Joanne Morris all my … Continue reading

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