Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Samhain Chant

Fire red, summer's dead,
Yet shall it return.
Clear and bright in the night,
Burn, fire, burn!
Dance the ring, luck to bring,
When the year's aturning.
Chant the rhyme at Hallowstime,
When the fire's burning.
Fire glow, vision show
Of the heart's desire,
When the spell's chanted well
Of the witching fire.
Dance the ring, luck to bring,
When the year's aturning.
Chant the rhyme at Hallowstime,
When the fire's burning.
Fire spark, when nights are dark,
Makes our winter's mirth.
Red leaves fall, earth takes all,
Brings them to rebirth.
Dance the ring, luck to bring,
When the year's aturning.
Chant the rhyme at Hallowstime,
When the fire's burning.
Fire fair, earth and air,
And the heaven's rain,
And blessed be, and so may we,
At Hallowstide again.
Dance the ring, luck to bring,
When the year's aturning.
Chant the rhyme at Hallowstime,
When the fire's burning.

  • One need not be a chamber to be haunted;
    One need not be a house;
    The brain has corridors surpassing
    Material place.
    - Emily Dickinson
  • Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble. - Shakespeare "Macbeth"

1 comment:

Matt-Man said...

Love the Dickinson quote...And Jess, that is one smokin' hot picture...purrrrrrrrrr. Have a Ghoulishly Wonderful Halloween.

--Matt