The Morrigan

   Celtic Invocations Morrigan

By Jenny Sumaya

By the Water, By the Fire
Red with blood and feather black
Comes the queen of life and Death
The Morrigan, The Callieach

By the Fire, By the Water
Beauty bright and bloody red
Shrieks the raven’s mournful daughter
‘Oh my love is dead, is dead’

By the Water, By the Fire
The Mother stands astride the ford
And all the power of man’s desire
Shall through her come to save the world

By the Fire, By the Water
All shall know and all shall dream
Of Madness, Love and True Desire
Ridden by the Faery Queen

By the Water, By the Fire
Valley’s formde in passing tread
Great the Lady, World in mAking
Leaving mountains in her stead

By the Fire, By the Water
The Phantom Queen doth lift the veil
And walks astride the son and daughter
Ere their steps should falter, fail

By the Water, By the Fire
Strong the curse and weak the foe
A fear that tears the heart usunder
The Broken Man, A Fear Doth Know

By the Fire, By the Water
Veiled far from mortal sight
Enchantress weaving warp and weft
Magick webs of dark and light

By the Water, By the Fire
Horned Cow and Raven black
Shrieking call the bloody Queen
Morrigan! Mother! Callieach!

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