Category Archives: Goddesses

Rubus 3

A Rose by any other name a trailing perennial, she grows well with abundance its how we all could be She was  given a truthers spell in her second year bears fruit with barbs that signify caution at her root … Continue reading

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Rubus

she can never be humbled With her  thorns everywhere over tall fences with inches to spare hedgerows and secret paths gasping for air we are best rewarded by seeing her there Rubus Fruticosus far and away a more spellbinding wench … Continue reading

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Amanita

in the woods today I met her Amanita  she mysterious and colourful she really seemed gently   engaged in throwing shadows my way Muscaria she looked so deftly  frail In fact not how I thought she would  be   Not … Continue reading

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Goddesses

To all the ladies everywhere You are loved profoundly you Have consciousness and reasoning In everything you do Perception and insight Are mindful through and through Cogitative and contemplative In everything you do Valentine a commercial time What we ought … Continue reading

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A little cat has found her god who will protect her soul forever

So much fluffy innocence Guiltless and fragile An unfallen state A kitten was bought And then raped It was her fate heinous beyond Any words Gang raped yes as well Seven boys did this To her Took the babe to … Continue reading

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Witchety green

Witchety green From the island of fae Her eye catching verdancy Blew me away Sage and weeping willow Apple and pea Avocado chartreuse Eau-de-nil yes she be Rings on her fingers Raven black hair The heart of a warrior And … Continue reading

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NInkasi the ale wives and the goddesses

The spontaneous the unbidden So minded for to brew With the patience and discretion In what they really do The predetermination And whimsicality The indispensability The superior force we see Such enthusiasm clearly And dedication too Unprompted with initiative To … Continue reading

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SEKHMET

In Egyptian mythology Sekhmet became Daughter of Ra A warrior flame Her name meant the powerful one And it is said Her breath formed the deserts Thats what we are led To believe She protected the pharophs And in Luxor … Continue reading

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