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Invocation to Ran

Hail, Lady of the Northern Seas,
Whose hair lies in all the waving weed
In all the shoreline waters.
Hail, wife of Aegir, mother of the Nine,
Goddess of the salt waters,
Mother of plankton, mother of barracudas,
Mother of great and branching coral reefs,
Mother of anglerfish and anemones.
Hail, Lady who challenges us to see
That Nature is not under our control,
That we are only a small part of the world,
And that we must not be too arrogant,
That we are flesh and flesh can drown.
Hail, Lady of ocean's bounty
And ocean's cold destructiveness,
And may we come to appreciate your realm
Before you take it from us forever.

Raven Kaldera

This poem is
from the Nine Sisters' Shrine.

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