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In the blind night
Thieves come fleeting
Eyes alight with lust for wealth
(the cessation of all desire)
The first yellow light
Of day runs in the east
To the sound of joyful humming--
New bones piled before
The dragon's gate
Sphinxmoth copyright © 2000
My B-day gift, Dec., 2000 - Draeconin
What do you say to an angry witch?
I'm about 1/8 Cherokee, but I have no way of proving it - my mother's parents were German and Finnish immigrants, so the family have a tendency to gloss over the Native American part my father's heritage. The rest of his heritage is mostly German with a mixture of Scots and Irish.
I've been a cook, meat cutter, psych tech (worked both with developmentally disabled and troubled teens) and a med tech. Now disabled, occasional computer work is all I can handle, although I've recently begun to write slash (male/male) fiction.
My spiritual life, as you might guess, is pagan. My mother has always been a fundamentalist Christian, but my father was agnostic (she eventually won him over to her views) and it is to him that I owe the freedom to explore on my own. I guess I became 'pagan' when I was about 14, though I had no name for it until about 20 years later. I read about many different spiritual ideas from many sources, including sci-fi/fantasy books & included a few of these in my spiritual conglomeration, along with psychic studies. I began my formal study of paganism about 1987 as a Brit Trad Wicca - Kingstone Tradition. Due to political/personal reasons I left that after two years and started studying Gwyddon (gwih-thon), which I became dissociated with about 1999.
I'm interested in art & created background tiles as a part of that (the internet left that idea behind, so I did also, but left them here as art), love most kinds of music, & like too well to eat. I'm a bit old-fashioned, and a liberal at the same time. I can be stubborn, but will concede a point given good evidence/reason to do so.
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