21 March 2009, Moon enter Aquarii
International Day of Poetry and fight to racial discrimination

A fragment for this blessed day:

“You crown me king and queen. There is a name
For whose soft sound I would abandon all
This pomp. I liefer would have had you call
Some soft sweet title of beloved shame.
Gold coronets be seemly, but bright flame
I choose for diadem; I would let fall
All crowns, all kingdoms, for one rhythmical
Caress of thine, one kiss my soul to tame.”

[quoted by the Aleister Crowley’s poem White Stains]