Imbolc by Jay Moody

By Imbolc, the days have become noticeably longer since midwinter’s darkness as the sun continues to mature in the sky. The young earth is becoming fertile and the young sun begins to show signs of his virility. Seeds that have lain dormant in the earth will soon sprout. Life is becoming more active as the cold winter fades away.

just another day

By sharing a smile, I am not about to make a difference in the plague that has so many spewing hate, but I do it.  I do not believe in organized religion, so I practice as a solitary and on the full moons with peacefires.  The celebrated calendar is not my new year but I’m not offended by the majority watching (and shouting during) fireworks.  I do find myself eating pork, mashed potatoes and sauerkraut new years day.  In fact, I insist on it. 

Imperfect Witchcraft: Embracing Imperfect Witchcraft by Gretchen Little

  I grew up with wonderful parents who loved nature and I connected deeply with plants, animals, stars, thunderstorms, and so on before I was even born.  I didn’t want to “ascend”.  Even so, witchcraft scared me.  I had one book about it.  It scared me every time I opened it, even though it was more New Age-like. 

Unexpected Reunion (erotica)

Shaking my head in an attempt to clear my thoughts, I saw that she was holding an urn with both her hands and began to dip it into the water revealing its pouting spout. My goodness, I was heading straight for the urn along with the other water being sucked into it. Within seconds all I could see was the lips of the spout and then I felt myself slither into it.