For today’s post I have decided to share a poem I wrote a long while ago inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest! I hope you will enjoy it.
by Maranda Wabik
Daughter of Prospero; destined magician.
A witch of unknown power—but
One of admiration and the cause of wonderment.
Caught in a storm,
A torrent of emotional upheaval.
Adrift, clinging to sanity,
But knowing there is a light in the darkness.
A star shines in the sky assuring hope.
Dark energy ebbs away
Replaced with positive joy.
No longer dancing with the devil
Faery light happiness makes her dance instead.
Always remember to look for the light,
Even in the pitch black night.
She let’s the light flow
Through her and out to everyone she touches.
The world around her can feel her emotions,
Be they good or be they bad.
As her light wins over dark her world turns bright!
~I hope you enjoyed this poem. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!
Lovely poem, ‘The Tempest’ is my favourite Shakespeare play
I am so glad you liked it! Thank you for reading and commenting. I adore that play, and I have a soft spot for any Shakespeare work with magic. Plus, it is the play that he invented the name Miranda for, and even though mine is an alternate spelling I still find it special to me for that reason!