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Invocation to Hronn

Hail, Lady of the whirlpool,
Goddess of fears, Mermaid of our deep darknesses,
You who watch us as we get sucked down
And wait for us at the bottom,
Reminding us that there is a bottom
And all we have to do is hold our breath,
Hold on tight, and have faith,
And there will be a place to rise again
Lady, have patience with us as we flounder
And thrash in our terror of the many things
Which seem so small and easy for you.
Wait for us at the bottom of our oceans
With your sharp teeth and terrible smile
That we might know, at last,
That it gets no worse than this
And that there is a chance for us to recover.

Raven Kaldera

This poem is
from the Nine Sisters' Shrine.

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