Tag Archives: devotional poetry

For Sigyn

Originally posted on Northern Tamarisk:
Sigyn is the Pole Star – Shining light; Axis mundi. Lady of mercy, Well of compassion, Beloved Heart. She is the hand That holds ours In times of sorrow, The hand that Leads in the…

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Month for Loki, Sixteenth: Poem.

Originally posted on bloodteethandflame:
(a work in progress)  Hail to You, Silvertongue, Relentless One Sovereign-Maker and World-Breaker. Giver of Gifts, Sneaky Ton of Bricks. (Problem Solver & Player of Tricks) Hail the Son of the Lightning-Struck, Agent of Change, and…

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For Loki

Originally posted on Half Fool Moon:
July for Loki In back of my head Morning plans gone by Before the setting sun I didn’t do much for Him In July to show This year or the last Same as same…

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Month for Loki, Thirtieth: Hail.

Originally posted on bloodteethandflame:
Hail to thee Loki of the dark and the light. May your infinite flame be my torch in the night. Hail Gammleid, lord of death and rebirth, Who returns one and all to the womb of…

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Month for Loki, Sixth: Ritual (poem)

Originally posted on bloodteethandflame:
Last month, I began reading Elizabeth Vongvisith’s Be Thou My Hearth and Shield: Prayers in the Northern Tradition, an excellent collection of prayers and poetry she edited for Asphodel Press in 2009. I’d read some of…

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Poem for Loki

Originally posted on Northern Tamarisk:
Sharing the end of a poem I wrote early this morning, dedicated to Himself. In some ways Loki reminds me of elements of Shiva, with His divine dance of destruction that leads to renewal, the…

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