Margaret Alice

Rookie - 3 Points (The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

'Mythology: The Queen Of Dawn & Mysteries - Poem by Margaret Alice

Mythology: Queen of Dawn

Two men facing one another, the mighty
King of the Night against Little Feather, the
strongest of the strong, lightning flashing
from their eyes

The Queen of Dawn did not know whose
side to join – her husband the King or
Little Feather who liked her morning sky,
she tried to reconcile one with the other

When the King’s night ends and Little Feather’s
day is forcing his way in, the Queen of Dawn
appears soothing the quarrel with a beautiful
purple light

And the Queen is heard whispering in the
rosy glow of the evening on the horizon:
Little Feather, restrain yourself, the King
Of the Night, my spouse

Is coming – this is how three Kingdoms
came into being: The Kingdom of Night,
the Kingdom of Dawn and the Kingdom
of Day…

Quotations from “Forward to the Three Kingdoms” appearing in “At the End of the Rainbow” – Legends of the Sun, Moon and Stars, Orbis Publishing 1984, pp.62-72

Mystery: Fairytale Clouds

Today my thoughts must form fairytale
clouds, not the mad thunderous lightning
with purplish storm clouds of yesterday
raining hailstones of haste, making me
run around like a person demented

It was fun while it lasted, I enjoyed every
moment and laughed with everyone I came
across – starting with the news vendor; he
looks a bit worn, but does he smile a big,
wide welcome every morning!

Yet in the end my nerves were torn and
patience was worn; it is time this early morn,
to meditate for a while, finding my bearings;
running a mile every day would pull a
hamstring in my overwrought brain

Creating picturesque thoughts moving
over the screen of my mind at full speed –
I have to stop and sort out the images,
making sure I understand
their meaning …


A book on Atlantis
a marvelous mystery
kindling warm interest beyond the sensory
adding more to the Pleiades theory
opening up unlimited possibility
with magical terms like Psychic Archaeology

Kind beings, more loving than we are today
came to visit the earth - but couldn't stay
came from the Pleiades constellation
to set fire to my imagination
to become part of earth's prehistory
sparking interest to a new degree of intensity
adding zest to ordinary astronomy

Subliminal beings came in the form of energy
and gradually took on form - so the evidence say
as described by Plato and Edgar Cayce...

Oh, how I adore such a marvelous mystery!

Golden Age

Through their experiments
the sea rose up and froze...
He crawled until he found
a cleft in a rock leading to a plain
five miles across.

He found a mighty city
half exposed in the hidden valley
half buried in a glacier's ice
he walked along
the first person to tread those streets
for thousands of years...

He saw fantastic devices
in this hidden valley
that had once been
home of a civilisation
greater than any now
upon the face of the earth
proof of a bygone golden age

Legendary Planet

'Pleiadian Perspectives' by Amorah
Quan Yin, so evocative, so magical:
the Legendary Planet Maldek
meaning 'Unconditional Truth'
was shattered ten million years ago
with loss of Solar Truth
and birth of Solar Unconscious

'What does it mean, what does she say?
I don't know, but it brightens my day! '

Maldek had a crystalline life-form
souls descended into physical at will
creating a desired experience
or lessons they wanted to learn
then ascended again
birth, death and rebirth were alien to them

'Would that I were there
to meet and talk with them! '

Exciting Speculation

Mystery creating exciting speculation
about the relations between humans and spacemen
in the infinity of a moment of eternity:

In the year nineteen hundred and nine
near the Grand Canyon's dramatic impact
a man called Hicaid
found a sub-terranean city
built with the most marvellous precision
vast enough to accommodate
fifty thousand people in all

he also found mummified bodies
of Oriental or Egyptian origin
claims the leader of the expedition

These tantalizing titbits of information
are presented for consideration,
for speculation about its significance
to enlarge the powers of the imagination!

Comments about 'Mythology: The Queen Of Dawn & Mysteries by Margaret Alice

  • (4/12/2008 9:00:00 PM)

    Thank you for sharing this lovely write Margaret!
    Best regards! Friend Thad
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 10, 2008

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