Great & Mighty Aphrodite Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share a poem about the power and might of Aphrodite. Great & Mighty Aphrodite by Maranda Wabik Being of beauty Being of grace Being of love  Being of sexuality Goddess borne of foam Goddess of the sea Goddess of fiery passion Goddess of watery compassion Goddess with a…

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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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Aphrodite and Hermes

For today’s post, I have decided to take a look at a lesser-known affair in Greek myth.   Aphrodite, the Goddess of love, and Hermes, the messenger of the Gods, had an affair.    This is largely overshadowed by Aphrodite’s more famous love matches with God of war Ares and human Adonis.    I have…

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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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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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Goddess Within Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share a poem I have written about Aphrodite and embracing your inner Goddess. Goddess Within by Maranda Wabik Born of foam, The water of the sea, Washes over the female form. Limbs cleansed With sparkling water. Long hair Covering the womanhood. As the locks dry, Tumbled curls fall…

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The Lord of Winter and the Lord of Summer

For today’s post, I have decided to take a look at the Celtic concept of the Lord of Winter and Lord of Summer.    There is a tradition of a representative of Summer and a representative of Winter fighting over a Flower Bride.   This happens throughout several Celtic tales, but for this post, I…

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Call of Rhiannon Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share a poem that I wrote about the Goddess Rhiannon! Call of Rhiannon by Maranda Wabik Wise lady Sovereign Queen Faery woman Goddess of Dyfed. A white horse canters At a steady pace. No one can catch her You need only ask for her to stop. Rhiannon stops …

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Vindication of Blodeuwedd Poem

For today’s post, I am sharing a poem I have composed about the Welsh Celtic Goddess Blodeuwedd.   It is a perfect time to post this as she is a Goddess of Seasonal Sovereignty often associated with Spring and Summer, and tomorrow is the Spring Equinox! Vindication of Blodeuwedd by Maranda Wabik An owl’s wing,…

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