My Favorite Reads from 2018

Good day! I thought it would be nice to share with everyone some of my 5 star books from 2018. I get a little verbose about some of them, but hopefully y’all enjoy and find some books to add to your own reading list! The Power by Naomi Alderman: It’s difficult to even know where […]

Paganism and Trauma

Long time no see! Apologies for another long absence — life has been very lively lately, and I haven’t had much chance or energy to do the regular blog thing, but I have been trying to keep up with my writing. Recently I had a two-part exploration of trauma published over at Huginn’s Heathen Hoff. […]

RE: THAT BLACKOUT PROTEST

Let us not silently slip into the dark But break as does the dawn into day And waves over stone Thundering with the roars of a thousand Boudicaas Shrieking with the passion of a thousand Joans Keening with the righteous power of a thousand Jezebels Let us rend this day asunder With hands which bear […]

Cult of Death

Of the bounty of life I see nothing quite clear —   Looking beyond great seas and mountains There’s just one thing I hold dear —   In this cult of death It isn’t life we savor —   Salivating and straining for Only what lies later —   The taste of strawberries holds for […]

A God Such As This

Why must this god be So unrepentant cruel? Does he only mirror those In whose eyes he is beheld? What kind of god then is a mirror — Existing only in adherents’ hate? What a small and sorrowful thing Collectively they create.

Savior Spring

When the snows recede and daylight takes its due And the frosty soil warms, opening, fertility renewed.   Eostre some will call — Ostara, goddess spring But even she will tell you, she’s not quite what they think.   The festivals are ancient, the fresh life born anew Out of long cold winter, dark nights, […]