Rowan Welch Poems
|2.||How Does It End?||11/25/2014|
|4.||Of The Seed And The Poison Rain||4/2/2015|
|5.||Lfmm (Learn From My Mistakes)||5/14/2015|
|6.||My Waking Thought||5/14/2015|
|8.||Wise But Not||5/14/2015|
|10.||What A Tear||5/14/2015|
|11.||The Human Experience||5/14/2015|
|12.||Many A Man Hath Died||5/14/2015|
|13.||The Serpent, The Fire||9/14/2015|
|14.||Learn Death, And Live||12/18/2013|
|15.||I Think, Therefore Am I?||12/18/2013|
|16.||An Oath Of Crow||12/18/2013|
|17.||When Tradition; When Not Tradition||12/19/2013|
|18.||The Beaver Prayer||12/21/2013|
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The Beaver Prayer
O' great Beaver!
Believer of accomplishment!
Constructor of foundation!
Let thy wisdom of building be upon me!
For thou art the carpenter of life,
Who's focus is maintained on Malkuth.
Know that I am a friend of the Earth.
My feet, planted in it's soil.
The ground, enabling me to stand and move.
The trees, my friends and conversationalists.
The river, my source of refreshment.
And you, a master of stepping stones.
I Think, Therefore Am I?
Life, Love, Liberty, and Light;
Four words, spoken through eons time,
In scores of languages.
Four words that can easily explain everything.
Each of which represents the same thing.
Liberty, the independent self.
The understanding of self indulgence and perception.
Light, the waking psyche.
The consumption of awareness and wisdom.