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    Musings of a Massachusetts Witch

    It’s All A Matter of Respect The definition of the word respect from The Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is “to give special attention or special worth to something”. And from the same dictionary, to label something wrong would be to believe that it is “incorrect, immoral and unethical”. So my question for you is, could you believe that something is incorrect, immoral and unethical but still respect it? Is that concept even possible when we look at the definition of the two words, respect and wrong? After considering this question I came to the conclusion that an individual could accept that something exists but still believe that it is wrong however, could that same…

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    The Crowe’s Nest

    My Sacred Home I close my eyes and I transform from the home I know, to the home that is me. No longer am I standing in an apartment of wood and metal walls. I am standing in a field. The view is amazing. All around I can see golden wheat tickling my fingertips as I walk. My field is in the middle of this beautiful forest. All around me are trees as far as the eye can see. They protect my little home and keep me safe. It will always be here when I return. The animals watch over it. The air is crisp and clear. All around me…

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    Spellwork Through Poetry, Lesson 10

    Haiku The Haiku is a traditional Japanese form of writing poetry. It consists of three lines. The lines do not have to rhyme, but the should (some would say must) follow a strict meter for 5-7-5. The haiku that is use to typically used to teach haiku is as follows: I am first with five Then seven in the middle Five again to end. I/am/first/with/five Then/se/ven/in/the/mid/dle Five/a/gain/to/end Haikus tend to be nature driven, making two observations followed by a comment. Full/maj/est/y/shines deep/est/of/nights/em/brac/es Dark/and/light/co/lide Your assignment: Construct one haiku, using 5-7-5 meter.