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~ By Courtesy of Others ~


Sing ye, Heimdall's kin, a song of mirth,
All ye warmed by the sun, nourished by the earth.
The sky is blue; the birds do sing.
For winter's through; 'tis time for spring.

The long nights cold draw to a close.
For Sunna bold shall soon disclose-
Her radiant splendour, warmth, and light
To the world give life and growth and might.

The card'nal's not the only bird
Whose morning song can now be heard.
The long leaf pine and broad leaf tree
Shall both soon green and wakeful be.

Blooms sprout where Freya's feet do fall.
Frey, crowned in green, is lord of all.
Birch boughs with eggs and hearts are hung,
And wood wights walk new growth amoung.

All things must one day have their end,
And Skadi snow again shall send,
But now a time of light is here.
Ye good folk, Joy! Be of good cheer!

Analemma McKee-Schwenke

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