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Loki… You who are of many tricks..
Turns of fate…
Always creeping just out of sight
You who wed the creatures of the night.

You who are of Jotun kind,
Of benignant and malevolent mind
You who are the light and dark
Ripping ripping our hearts apart.

You also give us so much fun
When then night seems to have won
You bring our hearts gladness and cheer
Even in the darkest of years.

For this we thank you and we toast..
To that trickster we love most
Blood brother of Allfadir..
Son of the Aesir by Odin’s love

You are the one who saves us all..
The Earth and spirits even after the fall
Of the Gods we love so much
It is your fault
All won’t be lost.
Hail Loki!

© Dryad L. Wood, 21 March 2012


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