Author Archives: Gwendolyn Endicott

HONORING SAMHAIN

 → HONORING THE HOLY DAY OF HALLOWMAS (SAMHAIN) Sunday, October 31 May you be like the moon; Undone and remade a thousand times; Always returning home to your opening heart. In the forest, Earth is changing. This year, wind and … Continue reading

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TENDING THE FLAME

TENDING THE FLAME Old Woman stirs into flame memories kindle sparks fly years fall away the Temple fills with Holy Light.

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POLLINATOR

POLLINATOR If I could be a pollinator for a day or two   I’d collect the sparkle of the golden sand lit by the morning sun.   I’d hold the scent of cedar as it brushes across my face.   … Continue reading

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ON THE EDGE

ON THE EDGE Early morning on the beach the ocean has made delicate patterns in the sand and carved pits and mounds, and sweeping valleys . Across it all is imprinted a landscape of foot prints large and small— a … Continue reading

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