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Hecate

Hecate

Goddess of fire, eternal flame
Deity erudite, solicit thy name
Keeper of emblazoned heat
Burn everlasting rectify deceit

May bids nary befall deaf ear
Pillars of salt art mine tear
Grant me but one request
A duty I do at behest

Goddess of fire fortune bleak
For thy favor I seek
Shunned by mortal hand
For atrocity, one must stand

Fire and brimstone beset
Mine honorability in debt
Absconded, rightfully endowed
Land owned heritage proud

Saxons invade pillage and plunder
Praytell, avenging thunder
Burn these lands to ash and dust
Ravage foes for vile mistrust

Make barren vibrant land
Spoils of war nary grand
I solemnly bid thee
Set retribution free
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Angel

Interesting poetry angelΒ  liked it

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A Lonely Journey

Magical, goddess write, my friend.Β 
Always love your beautiful, raging, wonderful words, and imagery.Β 

Great job!!Β 

Matthew.Β 

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A Lonely Journey

That's a good thing! Your smile probably lights up the room.Β 
You're a good friend, and a wonderful writer.Β 

Matthew.Β 

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A Lonely Journey

LOL. Just keep smiling, I've recently purchased some facial glue, and we can repair it.Β 

Matthew.Β 

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Gerard McGowan

I do read them aloud, your words I can never understand for I am not educated enough but I guess thats what I love, not knowing, just reading them aloud

Thank you Lisa. X

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Gerard McGowan

No legs being pulledΒ 

Erudite
Nary
Befall
praytell
Nary

Haven't a clue, I'm currently looking them up but I really do love reading your poetry allowed.

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Ian William

Magnificent Poetess! Exquisite choice of words!

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lodigiana

Terrific imagery and what a wonderful subject matter! great choice of wordsΒ  my lovely friend...as alwaysΒ  Β Lodigiana xx

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