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Because, Love

In troubled times, we might witness our hearts breaking. But then we pick up the pieces, remembering how to heal and reconnect with beauty and love. Continue Reading

Psalm Sunday – For International Women’s Day, We Cannot Stand Aside

Praises to the Goddess. “All the Earth waits for the chorus of our voices.” May this 2020 International Women’s Day be blessed for one and all. Continue Reading

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A Sunday Psalm for the New Month

A praise-song for the Beloved, to help us remember our roots, our sustenance, and our vision. And especially our calling to be here at this time. Continue Reading

Friday Poetry for the Halcyon Days of Endarkenment

Poet Deborah Gregory kindly granted her permission to share this poem of hers today, inspired by these magical in-between days leading up to Solstice. Continue Reading

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My Lughnasadh Poetry Tradition

Each Lughnasadh, it’s my tradition to share this sublime Mary Oliver poem. Let the immeasurable come. Let the unknowable touch the buckle of my spine. Continue Reading

An Irish Blessing

Last year, I wrote a retraction (of sorts) regarding the snakes vs. Patrick on this holiday. This year, weary of squabbles, I offer an alternative. Continue Reading

A Small Opening Into the New Day – Blessed Imbolc to You

© Sulamith Wulfing

Hail and welcome, blessed Imbolc. The time of our rebirth and renewal has come. There are so many ways to celebrate this magical day. Stop by and see. Continue Reading

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Some Necessary Permission via Poetry for Everyone Who Needs It (And Don’t We All?)

I woke up this morning, with this poem that I’ve long loved running through my head. I am sure I needed it, and I bet you might, too. Yes. Yes. Yes. Continue Reading

Today is Astronomical Lughnasadh – Halfway Between Solstice and Equinox

Since today is the astronomical mid-point between Summer Solstice and Autumn Equinox, I am encoring my favorite poem that suits Lughnasadh so well. Blessings. Continue Reading

Sunday Poetry: As the Halcyon Days Wind Down and the New Year Beckons

May your voyage be long, full of adventure, with many harbors seen for the first time. Ithaka by Constantine P. Cavafy (1911) As you set out for Ithaka hope the voyage is a long one, full of adventure, full of discovery. Laistrygonians and Cyclops, angry Poseidon—don’t be afraid of them: you’ll never find things likeContinue reading Read more

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