Red, Devil's needle, Or luck bringer with kind eyes? Ancient, sweet fellow, Sacred magic bestower, Change tumbling on fragile wings. I added the last line as the dragonfly has such a short life like the butterfly and change can be fragile unless we encourage and nurture it and learn to be our better self. Recently, …
Dare to Capture the Elusive Souls? Standing stones of antiquity … prehistoric vintage... What hands fashioned this fantasy on earth? What type of man and woman with ancient lineage Knew how to create the energy and give birth To a masterpiece of rock and nature To fill the minds of evolved beins for all eternity? They who ventured …
We can only hope we learn something as each year goes by.We age, of course, look for answers, seek wisdom, work, strive…To be happy, healthy, and whole.We want what’s best for our family and friends, truth be told.We look to the past to plan for the coming days,Not knowing how things can change in a …
From my window… All I see are brick walls enclosing me Suffocating, restricting, imprisoning me But on magical, misty nights When the moon is bright They fade away and disappear Revealing wondrous new worlds near And as such, I reach out and touch Divinity… Deborah A. Bowman
The Sisters of the Fey wish you all a blessed Samhain. Let's celebrate with D. G. Kaye's (aka Debby Gies) fabulous Etheree poetry! Click the link below to read the poem. ❤ Halloween Poetry Challenge | D.G. Kaye, Writer
This is a spectacular Samhain poem to get you in the mood of the season. Many thanks to Kat Myrman for her poetic expertise. ❤
is in the air
thin as skin, the veil
spirits frequent the familiar
A Cinquain for Colleen Chesebro’s Tuesday Poetry Challenge, Synonyms Only. Prompt words: haunt (roam, frequent) & spell (magic).
A Mabon, Etheree Poem to celebrate and honor our ancestors. ❤
Here is my Etheree poem for this week’s poetry challenge using the word “slip” for fall, and “endeavor” for the word, try. This poetry form is now part of the challenge.
Slip Into Mabon
rituals of the
season by sharing food,
counting one’s hidden blessings,
honoring the mother goddess,
filled with an endeavor to succeed
by remembering our ancestor’s truth.
© 2018 Colleen M. Chesebro
What is an Etheree Poem?
I’m adding another poetry form to Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge starting September 25th, 2018. It’s called an Etheree Poem.
I researched the form and here is what I learned:
The Etheree poem consists of ten lines of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 syllables…
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