Humanistic Paganism

Category: Rotting Silver


[Rotting Silver] “Faith in the Earth” by B. T. Newberg

Rotting Silver is a column devoted to this Earth in all its tarnished radiance: poetry, prose, and parables of ugliness alloyed with joy.

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[Rotting Silver] “Simile of the Open Queen” by B. T. Newberg

Rotting Silver is a column devoted to this Earth in all its tarnished radiance: poetry, prose, and parables of ugliness alloyed with joy.

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[Rotting Silver] “Waiting” by B. T. Newberg

Rotting Silver is a column devoted to this Earth in all its tarnished radiance: poetry, prose, and parables of ugliness alloyed with joy.

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[Rotting Silver] “Whisper at Rush Hour” by B. T. Newberg

Rotting Silver is a column devoted to this Earth in all its tarnished radiance: poetry, prose, and parables of ugliness alloyed with joy.

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[Rotting Silver] “A Book of Charms” by B. T. Newberg

If there is one thing that has always drawn me to Paganism, it is the embrace of nature as both beauty and bitch. Rotting Silver is a column devoted to this Earth in all its tarnished radiance: poetry, prose, and parables of ugliness alloyed with joy.

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