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Tuesday, April 13, 2010



Before, we had to say our words,

standing before the waiting crowds,

the sound of the wind

in our throats.

We spoke

not for profit

or acclaim,

but to fill our roles

as the vessel of the gods,

allowing possession,

giving voice to that which

lived in silence.

Now we imprint our sayings

on paper, or through

the curious devices of our time,

for which others

(unknowing priests

of transmutation)

have cast spells,

made available

for the gods to speak.

Dorothy Walters

April 10, 2010

(image from Amazon book cover)

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