by Gerina Dunwich
I am a Witch
With rhymes and reasons.
I am a changeling like the seasons.
My mother is the Moon,
My father is the Sun,
With Goddess Earth am I as one.
I am a Witch, a Pagan child.
Mother Nature’s spirit wild
Grows within me, Flows within me,
Meandering like a spellbound stream,
Enchanting my every waking dream.
I breathe the air of liberation,
I tend the fire of transformation,
I drink the water of creation,
Earth-magick is my conjuration.
I am a Witch of shadow and light,
Of Avalon mists and ravens’ flight.
I am a Witch, with pride say I,
For a Witch’s soul does never die.