Simply, the present
A butterfly, so beautifully blue
does sit beside me - to whisper
in my ear -of love and growth,
- of death and fear.
She tells me, with a voice of love
all that I wish to hear.
her lifespan is much shorter than the one I've come to
But, time is only a perspective,
a ratio; a measurement
- a star to guide us by.
She reminds me - life is eternal - is only a shape to hold us
The form which is held within,
the beauty we do not see
- is the cocoon which will protect us
if we would only allow it - to be!
the butterfly; so beautifully blue does stretch her
so that I can see, the soul
cocooned inside of me.
(c) Gaele Arnott 27th April, 2002
the midi playing is: Kiss from a Rose
According to Web
Voodoo, Triskelion is
the symbol of Manannan mac Lir - the Irish God of the sea and fertility. It is
also also a term often given to the trinity of the Earth Goddess - maiden,
matron, and crone. Spicy Cedar concurs, and proposes that Triskelion is the ultimate Maiden of Music, Love, Fertility and
the Sea. Sailors often believe that they have
heard a maiden of the sea beckoning them with a tune so sweet and alluring that
it can calm the roughest seas. We here at Spicy Cedar believe this to be
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Don't be dismayed at good-byes. A farewell is
necessary before you can meet again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for
those who are friends.
by Richard Bach from The Messiah's Handbook in