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Summoning Skadhi


Skadhi, shining snowshoe goddess,
Ice-bright beauty,
With winter´s white the earth you ward.
Safe until springtime.
Thiazzi´s daughter, Thrymheim´s mistress
Throned on the heights,
Your wild wolves run through wind and weather,
All creatures you care for.
Storm-defying Jotun-daughter,
And wise bride of gods,
From your groves grant good counsel,
Bold hearts from your hallows.

© Diana Paxson


 

Diana Paxson is member of The Troth and Gyđja of the seidh group Hrafnar. 

Image: "How Sir Lancelot was Shot by a Gentlewoman Hunting," Arthur Rackham
(1867-1939), published in "The Romance of King Arthur" (1917). Public Domain.

 

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