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Ravens

"If men had wings and bore black feathers,
few of them would be clever enough to be crows."
- Henry Ward Beecher, mid 1800's

* The Ravens Michaela Macha
The Raven and the Valkyrie Helen Marshall
* Black of Wing R. Jason Boss
* The Messengers: Huginn og Muninn Birgitta Jonsdottir  
* Huginn & Muninn Sarah Wassberg 

* Feast Maris Pái
* Corvus Corax C. L. Weatherford  
* Flight of the Raven Vivian
* Wings  Michaela Macha
* Raven-Change 
Michaela Macha

"Hugin and Munin fly each day over the spacious earth.
I fear for Hugin, that he come not back,
yet more anxious am I for Munin." - Grimnismál, Poetic Edda

* Counting Rhyme for Ravens
  Michaela Macha
* Counting Rhyme for Crows  Michaela Macha
* Counting Rhyme for Magpies Michaela Macha
* Counting Rhyme for Magpies Matthias Wilson
* Two within the Tree  Rhonda Turner
* Muninn  Jenny Blain 
* Hughin and Mughnin Rob Crocker


* two ravens. xxRaiinn
* Raven's Flight Michaela Macha
* The Winds of Odin´s Will Winifred Hodge Rose

"Quoth the raven, 'Nevermore'." - "The Raven", E.A. Poe

Image: "Common Ravens", bronze, Tony Angell

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