A Tool For Writing Incantations or Prayers

Arctic Wolf Fire

“Arctic Wolf Fire”
By Tom-in-Silence

Speaking In Rhymes

I’m of the belief that the spells or prayers that rhyme are the ones that are the easiest to remember.

I found myself in need of some rhyming help this evening while writing a spell. What in the world rhymes with fire and would give force to protection? It dawned on me, there has to be an app for that! Well I don’t know about an app, but I did find a great website that helped!  I thought I’d share my find.

It’s called RhymeZone. What I liked most about this little place is that you can type in the word you’re trying to rhyme with and it not only gives you options, but it also gives you links to definitions. That is very helpful when you’re trying to write a phrase to raise a specific type of visualized energy, such as for a spell or prayer.

Oh..and in case you were wondering,
With this warmth of smoke and fire, I empower this stone with the energy to repel and expire.

© This material is the intellectual property of Author Springwolf (Springwolf's Hanko)
© 2013 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Spring’s Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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2 thoughts on “A Tool For Writing Incantations or Prayers

  1. Spring, please accept my apologies, I read your posts everyday, and look forward to the Tarot drawings, but its always in my emails and I keep forgetting to hop over here and click the ‘like’ button on your posts. You are not only an inspiration but a source of comfort to me often. I really appreciate you very much.

    • LOL Katrina you don’t have to apologize. I’m not big on tracking “likes” or “follows”. I learned a long time ago, those numbers don’t validate me; only I can do that. 😉
      I’m honored that my ramblings inspire you though. That made my day! Thanks.

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