Tag Archives: Poetry

The MOIRAI and the Red Thread of Life

THE MOIRAI were the 3 goddesses of fate and destiny who personified the life and death cycle of humankind. Their name means ‘alottted portions’. The Moirai it was said  appeared three nights after a child’s birth to determine the course … Continue reading

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LILITH and the SERPENT

This print is dedicated to the powerful, beautiful Anna Ziman who transformed so many women’s live’s and passed away into the hands of the Goddess on Sunday ..Blessed Be ❤️Lilith, meaning the night creature or screech owl, is one the … Continue reading

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APHRODITE …rising from the Foam

Venus in Scorpio turned backwards on the 5th…. bringing focus and intensity to our relationships and how we see love in others and ourselves. We may wobble  in the dark and muddy waters of Venus for a while until she … Continue reading

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CALLIOPE – The Muse of Poetry

CALLIOPE was one of The 9 Greek Muses. These Goddesses were all facets of the Great Goddess. They who ‘breathe’ inspiration and embody  those who will take the time to be still and to listen. The ancient Greeks believed that … Continue reading

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THETIS of the Cosmic Seas……

Thetis was a powerful mermaid Goddess who contained within her all potential shapes and manifestations. She was the shape-shifting Goddess of the cosmic waves. Much desired by the Gods, Zeus wanted her but was told of a prophecy that the … Continue reading

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FESSONA- awake in the night

Fessona is a Roman Goddess who personifies weariness. She helps those that are exhausted to restore their strength and find healing and strength. Her name is derived from the Latin word  fessus, meaning ‘weary, tired, exhausted or worn out. Continual … Continue reading

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The Labyrinth and the Hero🌀

I read this poem for the first time  by Mary Oliver this morning .. it tells of the hero Theseus penetrating  the labyrinth to slay the Minotaur(Asterius) while holding onto the lifeline of Ariadne’s thread, a rich myth. This is … Continue reading

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