Call of the Goddess

by Lynne Sedgmore


BlackbirdIn the violet rays from the darkened moon
She dissipates blackness, birthing first light -
returning day to its fecund glory,
shimmering in the slivering of night.

Hear Her call

In the rising sweet dawn chorus
She heralds new day through sublimic symphony -
crescendoing cacophony of sumptuous
sounds, reminding us to love and be free.

Hear Her call

In the swirling dancing of the mist
She lightens hearts through the quickening of day -
beckoning with the song of souls,
summoning Her priestesses to serve and pray.

Heed Her call.

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Dr Lynne Sedgmore, CBE

Dr Lynne Sedgmore, CBE

Lynne is a Poet and a Priestess Healer and offers service as Melissa in the Glastonbury Goddess Temple. She works as a healer, soul companion, retreat facilitator, leadership developer and supports the growth of women into their true power and potential.
Her first collection of poetry "Enlivenment" was published in 2013 and in 2016 she was named as one of the UK's "100 Women of Spirit" by the Brama Kumaris. She is a mother, stepmother and grandmother and lives near Glastonbury in a beautifully restored Georgian Chapel. She recently retired from working as Chief Executive and corporate mystic in vocational education to focus on Goddess spirituality and soul companionship with others. Her Doctorate is in spiritual leadership.
Dr Lynne Sedgmore, CBE

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Dr Lynne Sedgmore, CBE

Dr Lynne Sedgmore, CBE

Lynne is a Poet and a Priestess Healer and offers service as Melissa in the Glastonbury Goddess Temple. She works as a healer, soul companion, retreat facilitator, leadership developer and supports the growth of women into their true power and potential.
Her first collection of poetry "Enlivenment" was published in 2013 and in 2016 she was named as one of the UK's "100 Women of Spirit" by the Brama Kumaris. She is a mother, stepmother and grandmother and lives near Glastonbury in a beautifully restored Georgian Chapel. She recently retired from working as Chief Executive and corporate mystic in vocational education to focus on Goddess spirituality and soul companionship with others. Her Doctorate is in spiritual leadership.
Dr Lynne Sedgmore, CBE

Latest posts by Dr Lynne Sedgmore, CBE (see all)

Goddess Matters, by Judith Laura