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March, 17, 2005

Earthwizard's Realms of Faërie

	The Witches' God
	Go raibh beannacht na ndéithe agus įr sinsir ar sibh...
	Yes, my Lady, 
	I'm one of the Eldar, 
	welkin kin of faėrie: 
	Taliesin, my hidden name, 
	revealed at last, divulged
	for all the world to see: 
	the magick and the dream, 
	the silver moon, the faėrie prince;
	the horned god, laughing, 
	hoofed and cleft, dancing, 
	prancing before the merry host, 
	the Witches' God, 
	Robin Goodfellow:
	the Wood Elf deem, 
	the merriest of them all:
	the proud word hoarder, 
	Oak Duir Seer, 
	poet of the green seed giver, 
	the Green Man, 
	come back again 
	to sing among his people:
	give them back again 
	the laughter 
	of the Eldar gods;
	but don't let it out: ha ha! 
	for to know 
	a faėrie's name 
	is to be 
	forever bound 
	to the realm 
	of the Lady 
	he serves; but, 
	as we know, 
	Witches in troth, 
	serve her already:
	the Lady in White, 
	the Faerie Queen, 
	awaits us all 
	on the edge 
	of the wide sea, 
	us for the final trip 
	into the western isles, 
	beyond the folded earth, 
	to see again
	the dream, the world, 
	the light of paradise:
	the Harper's song, 
	the maiden swan, 
	the hawk and raven twins, 
	dark god;
	the bright white sails 
	gleaming in the sun, 
	all measure 
	of the world undone;
	the final secret revealed: 
	earth is all the paradise 
	we'll ever need, or know.
	Be blessed, be wise, be wild:
	know that all you see is not to be believed.
	- Earthwizard, aka, Steven Craig Hickman
	     ©December 14, 2003

	           - Earthwizard, aka, Steven Craig Hickman
		    ©December 14, 2003

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