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Eve of Hecate


As we approach the 13th of August

August celebration of the Dark Moon Goddess

under the light of this August Full Moon

Aquarius bears the Water, carries the way

along the electro-virtual waves

shining Moonlight, Faery Queen or fabled harlot

stirs potent night blooms, expelling myths of

what we cannot bear, cannot overcome

Feel in the electric falling starlight

Spells of renewal, of power to look back

upon our falterings, to find the seed now grown

yet changing still and ever, able,

willing, co-creating in the illuminated shadow

invoking the peace of dissolving twilight

of midnight's hopeful resurrection

of the hinting flame that lightens before the dawn

take peace into each breath, each incantation

from the strength to align impeccably

with your deepest truth

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This is beautiful, Libra, inspired and inspiring.

Thank you,

Chris
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An etherel-flow so fitting for last night.

quote:

shining Moonlight, Faery Queen or fabled harlot

stirs potent night blooms, expelling myths of

what we cannot bear, cannot overcome



this poem and this day gave me some much needed strength. Thank you!
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Twice, maybe three times I've played with the notion that, in addition to her three phases, or faces, the moon has a fourth order. Her dark side that never sees the sun, keeps to herself, never borrows from anyone else's light. Hecate, yes. Or the mother and source of all mystical knowledge some call Sophia. And maybe the moon in her madness too. In any event I always see her as following her own rules, nobody else's.

This is some of what your poem brings to mind.

Tere
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