The following is a poem written by my daughter Brittany. The poem is about the full moon. Changing old habits and starting new things.
O silver goddess shed your light upon the land,
Cast into oblivion the shadows created by the night,
Embrace your spectators that seek guidance,
And send your wisdom through the wind so that it reaches their ears.
O silver goddess release them from their shackles,
Trace your healing hand over the fragile souls,
Embed them with a newfound strength,
And teach them what comes from calloused hands.
O silver goddess bestow a gift upon your onlookers,
Aide them in shedding their skins,
Diminish their fiendish ways,
And burn the bridges that lead them astray.
O silver goddess who has graced us with your presence,
We pray you aide us in our transformation,
Vanquish our alter-egos,
And shed light upon our true faces.
– Brittany A. Souliske
August 24th, 2010
Now I added the following verses to give the poem a different twist – cause this is my blog and I can do that.
Pro 1:20 Wisdom crieth aloud in the street; She uttereth her voice in the broad places;
Pro 1:21 She crieth in the chief place of concourse; At the entrance of the gates, In the city, she uttereth her words:
Pro 1:22 How long, ye simple ones, will ye love simplicity? And scoffers delight them in scoffing, And fools hate knowledge?
Pro 1:23 Turn you at my reproof: Behold, I will pour out my spirit upon you; I will make known my words unto you.