ogham poem | duir / dair ᚛  ᚇ  

ogham poem | duir / dair  ᚛  ᚇ  

©2022 Michael Raven

aicme hÚatha/second few

endurance
in the maelstrom
neither here nor there
neither past nor present
neither day nor night
stillness in center
embracing as
one who sees

These ogham poems are an exploration into understanding a mystic alphabet sometimes used for divination in a manner similar to runes, tarot, and etc. It is part of my continued investigation into understanding the Old Ways, and not meant to imply I have expert knowledge about ogham. In fact, any meaning I ascribe to a given few may be largely based on personal reflection, meditation and shamanic visualization. The meanings I apply are highly personal and may not follow the meanings assigned by scholars of the writing system.

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