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Deep Truth

She asks me to kill the spider. Instead, I get the most peaceful weapons I can find. I take a cup and a napkin. I catch the spider, put it outside and allow it to walk away. If I am … Continue reading

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Would I Be Whole

I’ve been dealing with a really bad migraine for the latter part of today, so though I intended to write up a blog post (and possibly share an excerpt of my NaNo novel), that will have to wait until another … Continue reading

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Brigid Bright

Across the pond, in the UK and Ireland, it’s apparently National Poetry Day. One of the deities I follow is Brigid, an Irish goddess of poetry, smithcraft, and healing. I thought it would be appropriate to share one of my … Continue reading

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Blessed Autumn Equinox~!

I probably mention this every year, but I can’t help it. This is my absolute, hands down, without a doubt, favorite holiday of the year. The air is crisp, leaves are starting to turn as Mother Nature shows us Her … Continue reading

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Like Leaves On A Tree

I can’t believe it’s already the end of April! This year is going so fast. Though I must say that I’m quite happy to be having warmer weather. All I can talk about lately is going to the beach and … Continue reading

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Tell me, Child

Tell me child have you heard The song of the stars The hum of the trees The beat of the Earth? Tell me child have you felt The rhythm of the sea The music of the dolphins The poetry of … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo and National Poetry Month!

Tomorrow is the beginning of April and therefore the start of Camp NaNoWriMo and National Poetry Month. What does a Pagan author do when the two fall together? Work on a Pagan Poetry Collection of course! I was going to … Continue reading

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