Rosi Caswell


Hecate


Hecate, Goddess of darkness,

Queen of the night.

Whose powers and presence,

Abound out of sight.

Why do we so fear the blackness?

For ‘tis the other half of reality.

The opposing force to light,

And to balance both together means longevity

Of the meaning of life and being.

Can we grasp this concept

Of being; not afraid to go forward?

And combine both dark and light, and accept

That the queen of the dark dimension,

Does not epitomise evil or fear,

But balance and joy absolute, with no contention.

No anger to deal with either further or near.

No fear but to banish unto

The Universe, to recycle and mingle,

On the levels and spirals of all that is true.


And combining the balance of darkness and light


For Eternity.

Submitted: Monday, February 04, 2013

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I am an Animal Whisperer, Animal Human Therapist, and Metaphysical Counsellor. My writings encompass all subjects within these areas. I aim to provide something for everyone to take away from any or all of my poems and sayings. Much Love and Peace to all. Rosi X

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