Mabon Poem

For today’s post, I have decided to share a poem I have written about today’s holiday!   I adore the Autumnal Equinox and the season as a whole, so this poem is a tribute to that. Mabon by Maranda Wabik Summer turning to Fall As the second HARVEST Reaps what  Has been SOWN Crisp air…

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The Wheel of the Year

For today’s post, I have decided to take a look at the Witch’s Wheel of the Year.    This is the wheel of the eight most important celebrations for Witches and Pagans.    I will go through each holiday in its own section below! Samhain ~The first celebration of the year takes place on the…

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Blessed Midsummer Poem

For this second post of Poetry Week, I have decided to share a poem about today’s holiday. Blessed Midsummer! by Maranda Wabik On a bright  Midsummer’s Day Faeries dance They bow Down to their Great Goddess Faery Queen Aine! She is a shining Powerful Beautiful She is fire She is the Sun She represents agriculture…

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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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Blessed Imbolc, and Happy St. Brigid’s Day

Given that today is the liminal holiday Imolc I have decided to use today’s post to give a brief overview of the holiday.   Imbolc is the first holiday after the New Year in January.    It is celebrated on February 1st, and it is a celebration of the ending of Winter and the burgeoning…

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions are a common thing to begin thinking about this time of year.    We all wish to make our next year better than what is happening now.    I personally write resolutions about changes I would like to make regularly. However, I have an issue with the nature of New Year’s Resolutions.…

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Beira, Queen of Winter

Hello my Lovely readers, and welcome to Femme Fatale Friday~Holiday Edition!    For this winter holiday Femme Fatale Friday I have chosen the Queen of Winter from Celtic myth, Beira as my subject! Beira comes to us from Celtic cultures, especially Scotland and Ireland.    Alternately she is said to be known as Cailleach.  …

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