Cyt ap Nydden

Cyt ap Nydden

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 10:38

Against the Iron

I dread the lash of stick you’re holding

Yet I will walk.

Unconscious fall from stick you’re holding

Still I will walk.

You do not see the World is listening

You are condemned.

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 10:37


Deep and under, dark and deep

Hid in cellar or in crypt

Deep desires and dark the deed

Never follow any script

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 10:35


Light wind blows out of the sun

Trim the sail as the head comes round

Feel the urge to be off and gone

Need to leave this crowded sound.

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 10:33

I Talk to the Pigeons

I talk to the pigeons

nothing else to do

lying on the grass

we bill and coo.

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 10:32


Don’t listen to the ranters

That shout about their fears.

Ignore the screaming Preachers

Incincerity of tears.

Follow what is right for you,

The path all through the years;

It’s yours alone.

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 10:30


How many times great

the Grandfather

lying in the barrow.

He is your ancestor,

and mine.

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 10:28


In mellow autumns harvest mist

these fields of stubble, nature blessed,

now we accept the lands sweet gift

before we take our evening rest,

we DANCE, dance the spirit,

dance the spirit back into the ground.

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 10:22

The Wasp on the Window

The wasp wants only to fly free

Until he meets solidity

In place where it just should not be

Is he different from you or me?

Monday, 16 August 2010 07:55

Problems with Society: A Pagan Approach

Loss of Ancestor knowledge / worship

We have forgotten how to stay in touch with our Ancestors.
We no longer have a sense of ‘Family History’, of where our people come from, and who they were.

Sound familiar?

By losing our sense of who we were and where we come from, we have no sense of where we are going. This in turn leaves us with a feeling of loss and worthlessness.

Partly this is due to our having lost our ‘Tribal’ and larger Family links. Our society has become fragmented, with many children not knowing even near (genetic) relatives, through being moved away from earlier friends and family for economic reasons.

Isn’t it amazing that so many people are feeling a need to look into their families genealogy? And why is there such a sudden surge in history programmes on TV? Can it be that people are trying, on a mental level, to re-connect with their personal, tribal, past?