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Ocean Eyes, Vanaheim
(From the shaman series)

Eveīs tide hath risen to its high breaking jest
Just as the day sinks into the waters west
I close mine eyes, a black curtain behind disguise
As Laguz washes away the sandy shore demise

Her caress rolls up the moss wrought rock
Where there I sit in the wind rolling fog
Mine breath is rhythmic low and deep
To part the halja and there the sky to see

A thousand years of burning embers shine
The stars in their place over distant time
I Summon the Dis of the Alfheim kin
She who taught the master of the wind!

In falcon feathers leap from rock to sky
To see over yestereve, and tomorrow alike
With Udr on mine left
Verhdandi on the right
Skuld leads the way
We have now risen in flight

Fly hi, fly low
Spirit fly so free
Fly into the rushing winds
Ride the Tree with me my friends!

M Odinsdatter (Ve Vindhler), Oct. 2006    Odinsdatterīs Blog

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