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Witch Balls by Theresa C. Newbill

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    A witch ball is a hollow sphere of plain or stained glass hung in cottage windows in 18th century England to ward off evil spirits, witch s spells or ill
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 23, 2007
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      A witch ball is a hollow sphere of plain or stained glass hung in
      cottage windows in 18th century England to ward off evil spirits,
      witch's spells or ill fortune.

      It can also be used as an oracle between the worlds.

      Intertwining of two lives, one in this world, the other now in the
      spiritual realm. Looking into the dark, we continue to connect...

      Witch Balls by Theresa C. Newbill

      Melancholy figures dance
      on ghostly colored glass
      wrinkled in water,
      a likeness bursts
      into memory.

      My heart, Your heart.
      In my hands, On your hands,
      all that we've lost,
      all that we've touched,
      strange reality
      that is this flesh,
      so many parts
      to our existence.

      All we've been continues,
      filling the air
      with ozone and orgone,
      shifting
      with millennial dreams.

      Time moves
      fighting the distance,
      indigestible,
      choking,
      soaring,
      independant,
      searching the night.

      Dark Magnetic beauty,
      love's immortal contest,
      opposite forces breathe
      interminable desolation,
      alone,
      in irreparable
      stillness.

      So come the winds,
      the spirit's glare,
      the space neons
      in the darkened sky.

      The sins of the past
      dissolve into you,
      imperfect,
      with the purpose
      of becoming whole.

      I will fix myself
      a bourbon
      and commence to stare
      into the mirrored room
      of this consciousness,

      I want to be alone
      in your mystery.
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