Pagan Poetry is a specialty of mine - I have a website called TheGypsyThread with more of my work.
Welcome the dawn
Time to plant
Embrace the fertility
The seam visible
A balance restored
The water of life
Thank the land
New fire burns
Feel the energy
Ostara is a pagan festival which celebrates the spring equinox, the time when the physical day and night are equal. Ostara derives from Saxon and Celtic spring holiday celebrations which later evolved in what Christians call Easter. Ostara, or Eostra, is an Anglo-Saxon goddess who represents dawn. It's easy to see how Eostra became Easter by the spelling. Symbolically white rabbits, eggs, and spring flowers surrounded Ostara. The egg has long been seen as a symbol of fertility and rebirth and some ancient pagans believed the earth itself was hatched from an egg.
Ralph Schwartz (author) from Idaho Falls, Idaho on March 20, 2016:
Happy Ostara everyone
manatita44 from london on March 17, 2016:
True. Nothing is new. But we must not fret. In this ladder of life, we are all at different stages/levels. Otherwise this beautiful Divine game won't work. Hey he. Have a great day, Bro.
Ralph Schwartz (author) from Idaho Falls, Idaho on March 16, 2016:
Thanks for reading - it's amazing at just how many ancient pagan festivals were adopted by Christianity and changed just enough to make them look original.
manatita44 from london on March 16, 2016:
Dawn! So meaningful to us esoteric poets. We use it a lot. A very positive word. Nice poem.
Shaloo Walia from India on March 09, 2016:
Thanks for sharing the brief history of Ostara! Beautiful lines and lovely pics.
breakfastpop on March 09, 2016:
I love this!