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Life of a witch

Life of a witch

PostAuthor: Morwenn » Thu Jul 09, 2015 5:24 pm

The following poem is a compilation of two you tube videos. It's a tribute to women of the craft and to sisterhood through the ages. Women of all aspects walking the mist filled path... celebrating their birthright... as daughters of the moon!

Life of a witch

The witch greets the day
a candle is lit
with peace and gratitude.

In meditation she sits.
She plans the day
by the phases of the moon.

She sweeps out the old
to make room for the new.

She sweetens the air
with incense and oils.

She cares for her herbs
and waters the soil.

Because she listens
she is given answers.
There are things she knows
when she works her magick.

The people she loves
in her heart she holds true.
She only sees the right
in all that they do.

The seasonal sabbats
are festive and fun.
A feast of celebration
to honour the sun.

In the esbat circle
she draws down the power
from the full moon
at the midnight hour.

When the sun sets
and the witch ends her day,
in her bath of salt
she washes away
all that is not right
and what she wants to change.

Another candle is lit,
only gratitude remains...
Le principal est d'arriver à faire une vie heureuse et riche de son incarnation présente.
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Re: Life of a witch

PostAuthor: Tylluan » Fri Jul 10, 2015 1:40 pm

I love this, Morwenn! There's nothing like the flicker of a solitary candle flame to put things into perspective!

Please share some more when you can.

:)
May your summers and winters be short, springs be mild and autumn reaping plentiful.

)O(
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