“Fire-Maker” by Jacqui Woodward-Smith

Fire-Maker

Published – Goddess Pages – Spring 2008
by Jacqui Woodward-Smith

(for Malcolm Handoll)

Heather-bound, barefoot and dancing,
Soul fire held in dreaming tension,
Smiles the sky and sings the hollows,
Combs the beach and walks its beauty.
All potential held within him,
lintel stone and sea-soft tinder,
Connection found and joy uncovered,
Fire-maker, the land has called you.

Pulled by tides and scoured by sea spray,
Cradled by the sandstone hills,
Strata formed from life’s deep journey,
Weathered by the winter storm.
Prays the flame and nurtures brightness,
Fire sparks from the bow that sings you,
Cotton grass brushes your fingers,
Fire-maker, the land has found you.

©Jacqui Woodward-Smith (7th – 9th June 2007)

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One response to ““Fire-Maker” by Jacqui Woodward-Smith

  1. How r u? your website is cute
    I have a new band and we just had a live gig you can see here:
    http://tinyurl.com/8b9p65

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