A Battle Hymn for the Brave
There is no lament for The Fallen Warrior.
Ony a desire to be as Wise and Bold of Spirit
No Living Thing can Seek the Light for Ever. Not Find It. And Not Be Changed.
Donna Darkwolf found The Light. And where she did not find it – she made it. And Changed It
William Jennings Bryan said:
Destiny is not a matter of chance... It is a matter of choice.
Memories are designed to fade... Many things fade from memory.
The one lasting element that never fades ? is greatness.
That Monument of the Mind. And your only shot at immortality.
That those that follow, Remember!
There is no sadness in the death of a warrior.
Donna Darkwolf enriched the spiritual life of all those that came into contact with her. All those she taught...
(And all those who bore the brunt of her occasional fury).
There is no lament for the fallen warrior because the warrior knows the end for what it will be.
Truth! Either way.
You pick up your spear, and your shield and get into the battle. And you either return victorious, or upon your shield.
What else is there?
When one proceeds into the battle, there is only one motto:
You WILL DO, or You will DIE Trying, In Battle…
That is all. Get on the Ready line soldiers.... Ts Time to shine...
And Donna Darkwolf shines... Steps Into Harms Way.
One day, my shiny wife, Donna Darkwolf, picked up her spear and her shield,
and set out into the Undiscovered Country.
And sometimes in the country. Only occasionally in the city, and then it must be beautiful...
My final message as I prepare to make my voyage into the vast Undiscovered Country
Things to consider when you imagine that you may be floundering. And you are not...
If you dine out, find places that are comfortable, and that make you feel at home...
I finally took the leap, to go and explore the world of Me, haven't travelled this much in so long...
Gone... perhaps remembered, yet not forgotten. Do that and you will achieve great things...
Read: South African Pagans remember Donna Darkwolfon "The Wild Hunt" - Pagan News & Commentary website. Written by Damon Leff, it is based on his interviews with several of Donna's friends, colleagues and associates. It provides a rare glimpse into the way Donna touched the lives of so many people.