In the Awen

I am what I am:
awenydd as noun and verb.

I am possessed and I am possession.

In Peneverdant, between Penwortham and Annwn,
I belong to Gwyn in every extension of my soul
through time and space and dark matter
(and for one moment I am him).

Living by my vows I am fulfilled and fulfilment.

Please don’t take it away from me again,
this inspiration, this divine breath,
until my lord comes for me
at the end of the world.

3 thoughts on “In the Awen

  1. Greg Hill says:

    Powerful the way the designations of awenydd both as a noun and as a verb bridge the apparent gap between the inner journey in quest of the soul in your last post and the journey (beyond?) to find deity : appearance qualified by a deeper reality.

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