Poetic Catalog

There is quite a lot of poetry on this particular blog. This is an attempt to catalog some of it in a coherent fashion.  Given that there are over three thousand posts at the time of this cataloging (January 10, 2017) it’s likely that some will be missed, others will be mis-filed, and still others will be deleted accidentally or deliberately.

Many people come looking for the Neo-Orphic Hymns.

I would very much appreciate any comments you tell me, but especially about broken links or mistaken links. I would also appreciate that if you borrow anything from this collection, that you link back and make proper attribution.  All rights reserved, etc. Thanks.

Update: Found poems from this website useful in some fashion? Consider buying my book of poems celebrating the Behenian Stars, available from Amazon (kindle) or from Etsy (PDF).  And be sure to leave a comment, letting me know you enjoyed them!

Chapbooks & Art Books

Other chapbooks include:

  • Fame’s Younger Sister
  • Percival
  • Argonautica: Jason at Colchis

Ask me nicely in the comments, and I might mail a copy of one of these three to you.

Odes for Modern Mythology

Looking at the list below, you might think I’d never written any other kind of poetry besides Mythological hymns to pagan deities.  It’s not precisely true, but wow, did I find a lot of them tonight.  Many of these take the form of ‘psychological mythology’, addressing the god named, and describing them to some degree, and then using their attributes and mythos to explore how we might become more appropriately attuned to that energy.

Hymns of the Eight Greats

For Fixed Stars and Astrology

I’m working on a poetic catalog for the fifteen Behenian Stars.  I’m more than half-way done with them, but only some of them are on the blog at the moment; the rest will come as those fixed stars come into position, I think.

I’m also working on a set of hymns for the Decans of the Zodiac and the Mansions of the Moon.  Not many of these are done yet; or if they’re done, I’m holding them in reserve until more of them are complete:

For Saints

Other Poetry


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