Category Archives: Poetry

Aradia’s King

The Chanting HedgeWitch shares this poem she wrote for Samhain, 1992: Bewitched by Diana’s gentle beam I turned down the wooded willow green. I had no prayers – no goal in sight – Yet brightly, did he reveal his might. … Continue reading

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Beginnings

Lucy Greenwood says, “I’m fairly new on my path. It can be very daunting to actively involve yourself in a world full of passionate and well practised people. I wrote a poem inspired by beginnings.” She shares her poem: Every beginning … Continue reading

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Samhain

Bee, Regional Coordinator for South Wales sent us this 2011 poem by Jason Alex Gardiner: Empty place, no thing is stirring People come, a moot occurring Change their form, by different clothing Crack of twig, the stragglers hove in. Meet … Continue reading

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The sphere of seven

The Chanting HedgeWitch shares this ritual poem: I cast my circle in Peace. Power is in the North, Vision is in the East, Courage is in the South, And Compassion is in the West. Inner Wisdom guides me through Infinite … Continue reading

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Pan at dusk

Chrysanthemum, Regional Coordinator for Kingston and Twickenham shares this original poem: Warm air breathes across the grass And I reach for the swifts Against the soft, pink sunset. How I love the darkening trees And the blackbird evensong At the … Continue reading

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