wisdom and healing through movement, writing and song.
These were our rituals; once celebrated, once honored.
Gathered in sacred sisterhood,
our ancient mothers
within the sanctuaries
of the heart
and mysteries of the womb.
In each whispered word,
we inherited the teachings
of our one and great cosmic mother;
and what it means to be a womb-man,
placed between the Earth and sky.
Deeply attuned to our divine cycles,
we honored the same rhythms that govern
both creation and destruction,
gathering as we bled and are born anew.
As we learned to harness
the ebb and flow of our existence,
we celebrated the path of being and becoming;
an eternal song shared with the cosmos.
Wisdom became a woman’s intuition—
they are seeds passed down from
her daughters of the Earth.
Our work now
is to cultivate those seeds.
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maiden to mother.
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