B is for Benjo


Benjo: A riotous holiday, a noisy day in the streets. (see Bacchanalian: used of riotously drunken merrymaking.)



Benjo: an ancient riotous festivity in Akasha, where it is said that the living people can celebrate next to the spirits of their beloved ones.


Carnavalesque feast,
dancing around the bonfire,
fireflies circling us.

indulgent tribal chanting,
Beltane’s envious.

Spirits laugh nearby
midnight hour chiming: masks off!
Are you here with me?


I hope you are enjoying these little pieces of poetry. If you missed yesterday´s post, you can find it here:

  1. A is for Absinthe

Here you can go to the Linky to the #BlogchatterAtoZ post´s for letter B

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