Finding Your Element

For today’s post, I have decided to discuss the subject of figuring out which of the four elements that you most connect to.    For me, this was easy, as I have always been a huge lover of the water!    I certainly am a watery woman, and this is more than just loving the…

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Persephone & Blodeuwedd Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share a poem about the connection between Persephone and Blodeuwedd. Persephone & Blodeuwedd by Maranda Wabik Dual nature One dark One light Spring Goddess Queen of Death Wife of Hades She is Persephone! Another Goddess Of duality One dark One light Flower maiden Hunting owl Wife of Llew…

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Mermaids and the Moon

For today’s post, I would like to take a brief look at the connection between mermaids and the moon.   This was utilized to great effect in the Australian television series H2O: Just Add Water, and its follow-up series Mako Mermaids: An H2O Adventure.   However, the concept of mermaids having a deep and powerful…

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Beltane Poem

For today’s Beltane post, I have decided to share a poem that I have composed about this special holiday! Beltane by Maranda Wabik Bright Spring Full of flowers I could sit for hours In the warm sun. The fire festival has begun. Around the Maypole We dance We prance Everyone seems to be  In a…

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Rhiannon Faery Queen and Goddess of Death

For this week’s Femme Fatale Friday, I have chosen to feature one of my favorite Goddesses, in her aspect of connecting to the dead.   Rhiannon is a Welsh Goddess, Faery Queen, and Representative of the Sovereignty of Dyfed!    Her first marriage to Pwyll even cemented his rulership over the land.   Her second…

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The Wild Nature of Water Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share a short poem about the power of water. The Wild Nature of Water by Maranda Wabik Water flowing Droplets shimmer A dewy glistening As the tide washes Over their bodies. Cresting and ebbing Lapping at the shoreline Lovers embracing In the most sacred of acts. Mermaids swim…

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Lunar Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share a very short poem about the power of the moon. Lunar by Maranda Wabik A full moon Bloated and glistening Brings power Embraces energy A woman dances Skyclad in the moonlight Empowered by the Goddess Maiden  Mother Crone All aspects Of the Great Goddess of the Moon!…

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Morgana’s Mermaid Archetypes

For today’s post, I would like to look at the watery mermaid archetypes found in Celtic lore!    That is why this post is titled Morgana’s Mermaid Archetypes.   Water was sacred to the ancient Celts, and they viewed the world as divided based on elements.   The land of the air, land of the…

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The Faery Melusina Poem

For today’s blog, I have decided to share a poem I have composed about Melusine.   She was a Mermaid Faery Queen from whom many medieval royals claimed descent! The Faery Melusina by Maranda Wabik On a Saturday, A Faery Queen Enters a tub. Her legs become scales. As her mermaid tail appears. She floats …

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