Monthly Archives: October 2016

Poem: Red Woman (for the Morrigan)

How you tremble at the Red Woman! You fear the guest at the door who breaks the arbitrary rules that bind you the technicalities that keep you safe. You never know how she will appear: eel, gray wolf, red-eared cow, … Continue reading

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Poem: An Mhórríghan

Do you think you can scry with that glass ball? Put it aside. It’s a symbol only. Simply close your eyes and slip through the veil Do I surprise you, without my fearsome face? You challenge yourself, face your fears … Continue reading

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Ogham Poem: H’Uath

This is the latest in my series of Ogham explorations through poetry. For interpretations, I rely on Erynn Rowan Laurie’s Weaving Word Wisdom, which — in my view — is the best book on Ogham currently available. For her interpretations, she … Continue reading

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