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Kismet ~ It is written in the stars

Kismet has a special meaning for me that I may write about one day.

But in general Kismet means ~ a power that is believed to control what happens in the future.

Whenever I become haunted about an event or happening and begin to ruminate I calm myself with the knowledge that kismet, slightly different to Karma, is a force which is always working for the good, never the bad…

Content Notice – It is that witching time of year. Powerful words will unfold!

HAUNTED ~ Kismet must decide


For those that held my hand in the dark of the night

when stars were dimmed and shadows great

I bind you with honeysuckle and evergreen vines

bestowing moments of grace

supporting you – within.



For those with twisted minds and twisted words

who stood under the light casting shadows in the night

I  lash you with twine and chill you with ice

imploring kismet to decide

your fate – without.

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22 thoughts on “Kismet ~ It is written in the stars”

  1. The good should happen to the good, the bad to those who have done bad. I think sometimes we need to believe in something this contrasting to make sure that what we do in this world makes sense. Well-written spell! And that edit of your picture is fab!
    Thank you for linking your post to Sexy Halloween!

  2. I love this. I didn’t know about kismet so I have learnt something. I enjoyed the contrasts which show the two sides to human nature. I am glad to have kismet at work alongside karma and admit I am a little in awe of your magical side. Creative, clever and poignant. Missy x

  3. I have to admit I hadn’t really understood about Kismet – a great counterpoint to Karma. Thanks for explaining and sharing your spell, that’s should make sure what goes around comes around!

  4. May, I too was unaware or had forgotten Kismet. I will add it into my vocabulary.
    I also like your spells at the end.
    Magic abounds, especially as we near this time of year.
    Samhain approaches and my Kitten prepares for the celebration. Blessed be.

    1. Thank you so much David – glad you understand this time of year – it is a magical time for sure – a beautiful time of the year.
      Sending you good wishes
      May x

      1. I have a story started about our Beltane celebration last May. I will have to unbury that and make sure it’s posted. Magic is everywhere.

    1. Ah, but in the land of witches, wizards, ghosts n ghoals – there is no need for coins – in fact I hear that some say – “keep your large coins, I’m after small change” 😉

  5. I like the contrast between those who’ve been a blessing and a curse. Each being met with what they had bestowed upon others. It brought forth the whole message of, “treat others how you want to be treated.”

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