Pendragon Alchemy - Poem by Garry Smith
Turn, turn away,
Let not gold lead hearts astray.
For if you call upon the stars above,
That wizard’s hands once cast with love.
To shine their light on celestial stage,
Starlight reflected on bordered page.
And, if you take great book in hand,
Then with feathered quill the symbols fill.
All magic twelve in time their place,
In golden wheel each have their space.
And, with a rainbow as your guide,
Each one with coloured ink is dyed.
And, now before your very eyes,
See oaken wand without disguise.
And, in the centre you must place,
A candle burning with silent grace.
And, with this act stand alone,
Beside that wondrous ancient stone.
Now if you look through crystal glass,
A realm renewed will come to pass.
The lovers’ tryst will truly be,
At one, again, with Pendragon Alchemy...
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