The Morrigan — Shape-shifting Celtic Raven Goddess of War, Death, Fate, Night, Magic, Prophecy and Revenge. With water as her element, she presides over rivers and lakes. She is sometimes referred to as The Raven Goddess.
Cheers to dVerse and our host Bjorn. We’re delving into cubism as a poetry form, where many small poems are written on the same object with a shift of perspective, that provides context as a whole.
Raindrops glistening like diamonds mined from human tears my faith turned into an empty closet full of lies broken promises amassing into piles of old bones listening in vain for familiar footsteps throwing the feathers of broken wings into the fireplace transforming them into smoke signals singeing the sunset with Your name
I am the ruler of the underworld I am a heavenly body I have been a muse since time immemorial Countless sonnets were inspired by my reign I go by the names of Snow, Hunger, Wolf, Flower, Harvest, Hunter, Blue and Crow I am the light within the shadows I am the endings before new beginnings I rouse your passions I bring solace to your soul I am there in your darkest hour I rule over transitions and balance I am life and death I am the embodiment of reap and sow
I am the rhythm of the earth bridging all seasons Wolves speak to me in ancient tongues Sea captains hunger for my guidence Oceans rise and fall under my sway Tides succumb to my pull I am the power of love and madness I am the magic and I am the spell I bear witness to your sins and secrets I am the keeper of your regrets and hopes
Seek my wisdom and I will give you… The gift of transformation Call upon me and I will teach you… The eternal cycle of harvesting and letting go I am reincarnation I am feast days and festivals I am She who has always existed I am more powerful than the sun I am Lady Luna, I am the Shekhinah I am the Triple Goddesses I am Maiden, Mother, Crone
Snow, Hunger, Wolf, Flower, Harvest, Hunter, Blue and Crow are Native American names assigned to moon phases, reflecting the nature of each season. The Shekhinah is the Divine Feminine in Kabbalah, associated with the moon and Kiddush Levanah — the Jewish blessing said outdoors over the new mooneach month.
Those who recite the blessing over the new moon is as if they have greeted the presence of the Shekhinah.
Rabbi Yochanan / Talmud
My bit of creative luna~cy in honor of dVerse and our host, Grace.