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Zisa


You call to me from a place afar
How little I know of who You are.
Step closer to me, my heart so yearns
So I can see You, know You and learn.
Oh You, dear Lady, undoer of knots
Undo the ignorance that time has wrought.
Reveal Yourself and show the way
That I can walk with You, day by day.


Lewen Worrell, May 10, 2009




Die Urglaawisch Sippschaft Vum Distelfink
(Distelfink Kindred, Pennsylvania)

Photo by Robert L. Schreiwer: The altar from the celebration of the goddess Zisa, 2009.
The photograph is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.



 


 

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