Invocation to the Goddess
Thou who whispers gentle yet strong
Thou for whom my soul doth long,
By most men you are seldom seen
Yet you ever reign as Virgin, Mother, Queen.
Through the veil you pass with pride
As I beckon thee now to be at my side.
Thou who knows, thou who conceals
Thou who gives birth, thou who feels,
For you are the Goddess and Mother of all
Pray thee now come as I call,
Now through the mist, I hear your voice
And invoke thee most gracious Goddess by choice.
Thou who suffers as all men die
Doth with her victim in love lie,
For you are the Goddess and Crone of despair
To our ending we all must share,
I feel thy passion and feel thy presence
I desire to be one with thy vital essence.
I pray thee dancer of eternal bliss
Bestow upon me thy wondrous kiss,
Let now thy light, love and power
Descend, become one with me this hour.
For you are the Creatress of Heaven and Earth
To my soul and spirit you have given birth.
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