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Loki speaks to Nidhoggr: I did not speak a word those days, each smile was naught but deepest pain for the awl of the cruel dwarf had coldly pierced my lips Yet my smile, it disappeared like the dreams did … Continue reading
“Share your favorite invocation or devotional to the Deity of your choice. ” HYMN TO LOKI Hail to my lord, flickering flame of Ásgarð, Burning brand of Jotunheim. Hail to you, Laufey´s son, Scar-lip, Sky-traveler, Giants´-son, Mother of Sleipnir, Wolf´s-sire, … Continue reading
My browser accidentally loaded the Prayer Wheel website, and this beautiful poem. I found it very moving, and it reminded me of my relationship with Loki. AND GOD SAID TO THE SOUL: I desired you before the world began. I … Continue reading
April Fools – by Galina Krasskova It’s with the jagged mask of the Harlequin that You sometimes come. diamond patterned skin rich and vibrant like certain species of snakes I”m told are especially poisonous. I proffer myself. I’m a snake-handler … Continue reading
Originally posted on Coyopa : words by Tom Hirons:
I’m delighted to say that this poem is now available to buy in book form, with amazing illustrations by Rima Staines. There’s another of the illustrations at the bottom of this post.…