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Alcis, we hail you!
Great are your blessings, graces from Twins side by side.
The dokana is your symbol,
a doorway, an entrance and an exit,
death, beginning and ending.
Duality is yours in the hidden grove
dressed as women
hold up the sacrificed hart and dance to your name.
You box and run, cherished are your athletes.
You ride and hunt, cherished are your horsemen.
You heal and nurture, cherished are your faithful.
Vanir Gods, youthful Gods.
You gently lead with your ancient wisdom, and for
this we honor Ye!
Hail to your cycle, your Jera, your reminder of summer and winter.
The call of the bull elk sounds;
we enter Frost-time, be our pillars of
Let us feel your blessings of the season,
let us huddle in your
comfort, the knowing of your divine presence.
At Dellingrís door I lie before you
the mead, the egg, the blood of the bull,
the harvest of the fields.
Accept my offering, my devotion.
Salena Levy (aka Anderson)
This work by Salena Levy is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs License.
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