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~ Poetry by me ~


Ship Herd             Ship Herd MP3

The gulls bring word of you who widely fares
To tell the fishes where to find our net;
Theyīve flown from Noatun to claim their shares,
Like you at home both in the dry and wet.

Within your waters play the Sisters Nine
Who bask in rising Sunnaīs brilliant blush,
As waves frolick in the golden shine
Until the purple nightfallīs gentle hush.

O tranquil Lord of seven surging seas,
Send wind to fill our sails, and grant us all
To pass to our ports with grace and ease
Over the depths of Ranīs and Aegirīs Hall.

And let us in the midst of storms be stout,
Firm as an anchor in the shifting sands
That change and stay the same, tide in, tide out,
Beneath your briny realm that bounds the lands.


Đ 2009 Michaela Macha


License: This poem may be freely distributed, provided it remains
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This work by Michaela Macha (www.odins-gift.com) is licensed
under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives License.


Image: Golden Light Premade Background by *mysticbubblesz.
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