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47 slips in

47 slips in

…fourty seven is creeping in chronologically
Canada day enters another birthday mystifying me
as to how I made it this far after all I went through it alone
battled the reaper-kicked it’s ass & the soldiers have been thrown
out of my life for good even in this hood I’m a shield quite well known
For my courage even the scourge of some who like their women down
On their knees but please! Not all women are slaves reflecting HIS frown…

Some of us chose the deep rainbow warrior path
off the grid I’ve flipped my lid-survived many a wrath
Others created~as my joy was belated~you do the math
No more control from every asshole & creeper sociopath…
…fourty seven slipped in I wish I would have bounced out
my balls sooner became the dream, the crooner, but I stopped because of doubt…

Finally it is about me & the GODDESS I created…Shes never belated, any more than our birthdays are… On this new star I wish wide and far…for to meet a fellow enigmatic one with a blazing guitar…to synergize the sounds that confounds even the sleepiest souls…into whole…co-creative avatar… ©Rainbow Lightning Woman~the art of photonoetica


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Indigenous Day~Rusalye 2014

Indigenous Day~Rusalye 2014

What an incredible Indigenous Day in Canada! It was a great day for womans voice, as a first nations Princess from Saskatchewan spoke some wonderful words of hope for all women. I was honored to be told by an elder to join Grand Entry, as I stood with my heart FULL representing Belarus, in respect of our first people of Canada; my grandparents would be so pleased I am paying respect in this manner as dance & ceremony is powerful part of our Slavic cultures as well.

In Belarus it is Rusalye on June 21st. GODDESSES are fully seeded by the SUN GOD in order to co-create new life. As I stood there the sun burned into my head, rendering me hopelessly certain growth for all the right reasons was the sign. I stood listening to every word Elder Courchene and the others had to say. I held my sacred center in certainty that future generations will rise multitudes. I left nothing but my love and dreams for our children, and respect for all elders in that circle. The powerful vibration of sisterhood rising all across the globe, expresses itself through these ceremonies as so many women empower to center. BIG gratitude to the amazing sisters I connected with on Indigenous day.


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Bee says Cheese

Bee says Cheese

Two Queen Bees chow down as they please
Wasp in slides & decides to go along
with the Bees JOY ride
so his face he did hide
remembering to mind his prong…©rℒw

{Limericks are linguistic gifts from the nature spirits, reminding us to always find forever in laughter, nature, and community….and a reminder to always remember to sing a happy song while you work…}


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The Spirit of Rusalye

The Spirit of Rusalye

The spirit of Belarus celebrates the pagan holiday of Rusalye, devoted to the rising of the water nymphs in June. According to legends, during the spring and summer flowering plants mermaid out of water and visit the village, flowing through fields and meadows.

This is when young women marry themselves to the SUN GOD, in eternal balanced connectivity with eternal GODDESS. Through this sacred balance, all life is brought fourth and sustained, just as the eternal promise of spring itself.

We celebrate this year in Canada on June 21st, which is Indigenous day here in Canada as well. Photo by Glorialana. ~rℒw


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Chickadee Spirit {Chickadee duch}

Chickadee Blooms

Spring sings clear across the wind it rings
with all the joy, light, and beauty it brings

never underestimate the power that makes the trees bloom
the unassuming & tiniest wonders become this grand broadloom

©rainbowlightningwoman


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Bee-LIGHT

Bee-LIGHT

What a wonderful day to cha-cha into a Daffodil for awhile…

©rainbowlightningwoman


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Satyr Comma Butterfly

Satyr Comma Butterfly

What a pleasure to engage in spring so many new nature friends made! “Babochka” is Russian for Butterfly, but in Belarus we call Butterfly “Matyliok”…Many words for things are similar, however there are many that sound quite stark.

©rainbowlightningwoman