Samhian

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    Samhian

     

    As this Samhain night grows near
    And the Veil tween worlds becomes thin
    Electric and static sparks draw in spirit
    Feeling the magick through everywhere
    Earth, fire, wind and air.


    We honor all of those who passed before
    With a feast and a prayer of light and love
    they are never forgotten they remain in us all
    We celabrate their lives their rememberance  known.

    And as our year begins we light Bonfires
    our hopes and wishes in rituals be said 

     

    time to honor the Dark Mother and the Dark Father
    and I will call the faerys and other earth spirits
    It's a
    time to harvest all the seeds we have sown.

     

     

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    RettaJ commented on Samhian

    10-29-2009

    this is a nice poem of witchry...extremely haunting and spiritual in it 's own way.

    Zenwitchfaery

    10/29/2009

    Thank You I love this time of year and Fall is my favorite season! the celebration is always so good

    dancinghawk commented on Samhian

    10-29-2009

    yes it is! nice reminder of the elements that go into a complete appreciation for this cross-quarter time ... blessed be, Zenwitchfaery!

    Zenwitchfaery

    10/29/2009

    Blessed Be to you And Merry Samhian

    Poetry is not an expression of the party line. It's that time of night, lying in bed, thinking what you really think, making the private world public, that's what the poet does.

    Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) U.S. poet.

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