Monthly Archives: August 2010

kindling the flame in the darkness

It’s easy to rely on the Gods when you’re happy, neutral or even a bit sad. You speak and feel Spirit, listening attentively. You feel Brighid’s hand on your back, the green embrace of the world and its creatures. Angry, … Continue reading

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a struggle with generosity

Rain — softly slurring down. Greens glow amid the gray. Cold, the waters of the heavens, cows and goddesses unleashed by the serpent’s slaying. Or the Father himself brings it, with the rattle of his club, the rumble of his … Continue reading

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a prayer to the Morrigan

A spontaneous prayer from some years ago, but well worth digging up, I think. It may be useful to someone, somewhere…. Morrigan, great queen, I accept. Acceptance is not resignation. Acceptance is the key to the lock, followed by the … Continue reading

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A quick update, and of fortune

I’m still here, and still mulling the cosmos. I’ve just been busy with a family visit and some other issues that have kept me from formulating decent blog entries for public consumption. At any rate, I’ll leave you with a … Continue reading

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Harvest Song: my Lughnasadh offering

Come, the harvest – with its gold braceleting the furrow. The dowry of mankind, warding off the winter that lurks unseen, a ghost from a nervous child’s dream. The gold mother comforts us with circling arms of grain. Come, the … Continue reading

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