Ariadne, Greek Goddess Worshipped by the Celts

For this week’s Femme Fatale Friday, I have decided to discuss the Greek Goddess Ariadne.   In particular, I wanted to speak about her because she is the only Greek Goddess that was worshipped by the Celts!     The story of Ariadne is one that featured some of the most notable names of Greek…

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Morgana and Merlin as Lovers

For today’s post, I have decided to discuss the story of Morgan le Fay and Merlin’s affair.   This is seen in several variants of the Arthurian legends.   In some variants, Merlin only had an affair with Nimue, one of the Ladies of the Lake.   But there are versions where this affair was…

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My Top 10 Television Couples Who Should Have Ended Up Together

For today’s post, I would like to do a countdown of my top ten picks for couples I wanted to see end up together on television shows.   As the hopeless romantic that I am, I always end up getting super emotionally invested in the love lives of onscreen characters in shows I watch.  …

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Mer-Royalty Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share another poem. Mer-Royalty by Maranda Wabik Bubbles floating Makes you  Feel like gloating Will you Wanna go boating? Those bubbles Are a sign Of Mer-Life A whole new world Beneath the Sea An Enchanted Dreamland A Mermaid Paradise! All you need Is to swim Deep into The…

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Calypso Poem

For this final post of Poetry Week, I would like to share a poem about the nymph Calypso. Calypso  by Maranda Wabik My island Became his home For seven long years I offered him Immorality I offered him  My body I offered him My heart Odysseus rejected My love He broke  My heart He left…

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Circe Poem

For this sixth post of Poetry Week, I have decided to share a poem that I have written about the Greek Sorceress Circe. Circe by Maranda Wabik Ruling on my island Turning men into beasts Ruling over the Nymphs Experimenting with magic Many call me a witch Many call me a sorceress Many call me…

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Sappho, Ancient Greek Poetess

For this week’s Femme Fatale Friday I have decided to keep the Poetry Week theme by focusing on the ancient poetess Sappho!   It is from her name that we get the word sapphic to refer to lesbian sexuality.   The island on which she lived was called Lesbos, which is also where we get…

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More Than Love Poem

For this fourth post of Poetry Week, I have decided to share a poem about Aphrodite. More Than Love by Maranda Wabik Born of the sea Born of the foam Swimming in the  Salty waters Washing the Lovely flesh Hair like flowing HONEY Skin like milky ALABASTER Her name Is APHRODITE! She is more Than …

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My Inner Truth Poem

For this third post of Poetry Week, I have decided to share a poem about finding inner truth. My Inner Truth by Maranda Wabik Dance the Sacred Beats of the Goddess Embrace your Inner Mermaid Learn to  Become the lover Of your heart Kiss the lips Of the beloved Embrace The heart of the  One…

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