~ Epona ~


The sunshine of the early morn
The stars that shine at night
An open fire that keeps me warm
In her eyes that shine so bright

Those amber eyes with flecks of green
Burn right into my own
Like no others I have seen
A garden God has sown

Her smile, too, beams brightly
With strings of pearls inside
A marvel that we all might see
On the noonday tide

Many pleasures she does offer
In the morn or night
Tender kisses growing softer
In the morning light

Shine on, Epona, my beacon
Give light to all who view
Until my knees do weaken
To fall and worship you

NOTE: Rhiannon - Celtic horse goddess, also known as Epona, The Great White Mare, Goddess of the harvest. The Raven is her bird. Rhiannon, the Celtic goddess of the moon was a Welch goddess. The goddess Rhiannon's name meant "Divine Queen" of the fairies. The goddess Rhiannon was a goddess of movement and change who remains steadfast, comforting us in times of crisis and of loss.


Music is "Rhiannon"

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