Greetings to all folks near and far.
My latest article is a book review on GODDESS AT HOME, by A. Bronwyn Llewellyn.
Provide your guests with an enchanting and beautiful impression of you and your home by invoking the beauty of a goddess in your entry hall. When one walks through this beauty you provided, all cares will be left behind as they luxuriate in your world of beauty and grace.
At the end of my review, I provided a link to Amazon for your convenience where you can purchase the book to invoke the goddess in you -- or give as a gift to your lovely goddess.
To read the review, please click on the following link: http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art43429.asp
By Victor James Daley
1858 - 1905
On a golden dawn in the dawn sublime
Of years ere the stars had ceased to sing,
Beautiful out of the sea-deeps cold
Aphrodite arose—the Flower of Time—
That, dear till the day of her blossoming,
The old, old Sea had borne in his heart.
Around her worshiping waves did part
Tremulous—glowing in rose and gold.
And the birds broke forth into singing sweet,
And flowers born scentless breathed perfume:
Softly she smiled upon Man forlorn,
And the music of love in his wild heart beat,
And down to the pit went his gods of gloom,
And earth grew bright and fair as a bride,
And folk in star-worlds wondering cried—
“Lo in the skies a new star is born!”
O Beloved, thus on my small world you
Rose, flushing it all with rosy flame!
Changing sad thoughts to a singing throng,
And creating the earth and the sky anew!
As Love you appeared—and, lo, you are Fame,
And, all my follies and sins despite,
You yet, Beloved, may see my light—
Small, but a star—mid the stars of song.
Till next time, may your home be filled with laughter and may it ring from floor to rafter.
Blessings to you and yours. May you walk in peace and harmony.
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