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Ostara ~ Seasons Haikus Four

Ostara is here
Demeter is rejoicing
Her daughter’s return

~ kei
19 April 2014


National Poetry Writing Month

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Personal Thoughts

Busy, busy again!

I know it’s been awhile, but I’ve been busy!

I’ve applied to the Louisville, Kentucky art fair. If I get in, with my mosaics, I think I can sell them and gather some commissions, too. 195 more words

NaPoWriMo Day 18: The Last Night of Winter

Prompt: the persian form rubaiyat

The Last Night of Winter

Don’t tell me how this isn’t love, he whispered

to the outline of Persephone where she slumbered, 66 more words


Utter Darkness and the Return

A rather dark period, but not an unhappy one.  You know what it’s like, certainly–those strange moments of tumult which you must pass through and, in the midst of them, forget that you know there is an end. 612 more words

Gods And Mortals


You walk, she follows. You worry that she’s not following you.
Then you worry that she is.

This is the part where you go to get her back, you can’t live without her, you feel somehow guilty she’s gone. 2,668 more words


My musings on the asteroid gods and goddesses coincided with the creation of my first writing blog. At the time, Mars was transiting through my 10th house where I discovered the asteroid Persephone under exact aspect, as I was composing the first blog entry on ~ you guessed it:  Persephone. 534 more words



Three days of thought, dancing.  A day or two of the dead.

There’s the goddess who drowns children. The goddess who goes down and then returns.  308 more words

Gods And Mortals