Treasure Island

Ban Sidhe

(1959 / Pacific Northwest)

Wolf Dance


As the Wolf Lord dances through the Winter of the World
As he dances while his Lady sleeps deep
As he dances through the forests and the frozen streams
As he dances to the rhythm of a world asleep

As the Wolf Lord dances through the thaw that is Spring
As he dances in joy reawakened
As he dances to quicken his Lady's dark womb
As he dances for life's new paths taken

As the Wolf Lord dances through moist Summer heat
As he dances for the love of their days
As he dances enthralled before the Lady's bright face
As he dances, for remembered old ways

As the Wolf Lord dances through the wild autumn storms
As he dances for the harvest and the hunt
As he dances the worlds to align once more
As he dances open the bright Samhain haunt

As the Wolf Lord dances, Life is renewed
while death's mysteries once more draws nigh
and the Summerland's harvest is heard once more
in the wonder of a baby's first cry....

Submitted: Monday, January 02, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, January 03, 2012

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