Magpie Song

lay your weapons down to rest here where the gods will keep them strong

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Beith: Beginnings

As promised, here's some of my favourite previously unpublished experimental writing.  It's from a collection called The Unfinished Dream, which I submitted for my MA final dissertation.  The collection is structured around the seasonal cycles and the ogham alphabet, so I'll be posting regular extracts throughout the year at the appropriate times.  And if you're interested, … Continue reading Beith: Beginnings

Beith

As promised, here's some of my favourite previously unpublished experimental writing.  It's from a collection called The Unfinished Dream, which I submitted for my MA final dissertation.  The collection is structured around the seasonal cycles and the ogham alphabet, so I'll be posting regular extracts throughout the year at the appropriate times.  And if you're interested, … Continue reading Beith

Solstice Love, Light and Blessings of Rebirth

I wrote this poem five years ago: on the day I officially took the name Sally-Shakti Willow and stepped into the journey of myself in light and love. Every day has been an awakening and a blessing. I'm filled with gratitude and joy, and so excited for the life that's unfolding like a lotus in … Continue reading Solstice Love, Light and Blessings of Rebirth

Frog-Faced Goddess in the Crypt

She's nothin' like they say she is, you know.  Green haired, green toothed, frog-eyed creature with the tail of a six-foot eel.  I mean, some people don't even believe she's a woman.  But I've seen her, so I know. I was recently invited to tell a story as part of WaterWeek 2015 at St Elisabeth's … Continue reading Frog-Faced Goddess in the Crypt