Kurt Kacich


Magic In The Mundane World - Poem by Kurt Kacich

The candles surround me in the four corners of the Pentagram,
I close my eyes and reach as the Mother Goddess grabs my hand,
My mind leaves reality as the magic energy expands,

The candles flicker from the magic interfering with the mundane,
My mind goes free as I acquire the powers of the arcane,
Suddenly my consciousness alters from the state that I always saw the same,
I see myself through the reflection of a deity without a name,

I can feel the warmth from the candle fire from below,
As the path in my minds eye directs me to the path I chose,
The wind pushes me further towards the water where I can cleanse my soul,
I can see the magic that lies in the Earth, in the clearest sight to behold,


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 21, 2010



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