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The SEALs of Ragnarok, Part III
Odin he said,’This was not what fate told. We were supposed to die on this field.’ I shrugged and said,’There was a change of plans, So listen up, cause here’s the deal. The norns, you see, could he hex to whole thing So I sent my best-looking men down, To treat the three ladies to dancing and drinks, A regular old night on the town.’ ‘And if know them true, they’re all still in bed, After keeping those ladies up late. And the webs the norns cast, they fell to Earth And to dust they did all melt away. It’s better this way, we all did agree, Though mythology might be annoyed. But we aren’t losing friends to nonsense like ‘fate,’ So we broke it, and gave you back choice.’ ‘We do not believe we should lay down and die, Nor could we let y’all think the same. So we do what we do, we altered the rules, And made the dark ones play our game. And your prophecies knew not our modern tech, Nor the lessons we learned from the horrors… To think that a wolf, a snake, and a giant Could beat a species born into war!’ We turned and headed for the great hall The gods still far too stunned to relate They’d come ‘round in time, surely enough We’d all drink, carouse, and celebrate. And as we walked off I heard the words spoke From the Thunderer, still shaking his head ‘It may not be what we thought was in store, But then again, at least we’re not dead!’ And the Norns settled down with their new loves, And soon were surrounded by kids. I went back to the hall, found my Valkyrie, But can’t tell you the things that we did. And for centuries more tales with will sung, Great stories and epics will take stock, Of the Doom of the Gods that didn’t quite come, Of the SEALs who stormed Ragnarok.
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