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Prayer for Brigid

Forge-lady, healer,
here is a lump of ore for your anvil.
Pitted and scarred,
cracks and craters a mute testimony
to past attempts to
pound this crude and damaged lump… 56 more words

Poetry

Robert "Raibeart Gaoth" Brown reblogged this on Suilean Bhrighde and commented:

    This is a very lovely prayer to Brigid, woven together in a very wonderful way by All Their Voices! It always warms my heart and brings a smile to my spirit when I find new pieces of praise, gratitude, and adoration for our Exalted Lady! May Brigid continue to forge and inspire Excellency from both the writer of this awesome prayer, as well as anyone who breathes this prayer from their very soul in the hopes that Brigid will bless them and theirs! y

Prayer for Brigid

Forge-lady, healer,
here is a lump of ore for your anvil.
Pitted and scarred,
cracks and craters a mute testimony
to past attempts to
pound this crude and damaged lump… 56 more words

Poetry

Brigit and Lugh

The Irish goddess Brigit and the god Lugh have a great deal in common. Both have a triple form, both are powerful at every level of society, and both have a major calendar holiday associated with them. 859 more words

Mythology

The Tuatha Dé Danann

Here’s another excellent, concise summary of an aspect of Irish mythology from Ruth at the Celtic Myth Podshow:

The Tuatha de Danann, the people of the Goddess Danu, were one of the great ancient tribes of Ireland.

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Mythology

The Long Victory

You thought in your arrogance that you had beaten us;
you thought that you had won.
A flood of words, lies as deadly as Balor’s eye, 465 more words

Poetry

Faerie Queen

This is my second day of the Five Photo, Five Stories challenge. Today I shall challenge: LaToya, at Creative Life.  We shall see what she says :) I am happy to say that… 1,132 more words

Shakespeare

Ogma

Last week in meditation, Ogma walked in while I was talking to The Morrigan and announced that I was following him.

I have met him a few times in meditation and made offerings to Ogma before. 44 more words

Quercus Robur

Robert "Raibeart Gaoth" Brown reblogged this on Cliffordson's Cabin and commented:

Reblogging this awesome entry from Warts and All! Hail the Honey Tongued and Sunny Faced Champion of the Tuatha De Danann! Hail Oghma, An Dagda’s brother, Brigid’s uncle, and Tuirenn’s father! And hail what appear to be the first steps of what is hopefully an awesome relationship between devotee and an awesome deity!