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Aesir Poems

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Sigyn's wedding day:dedicated to Tina Eidam
I remember the day well though long has it been
Tied to the cold stone slab as I am
Buried in a cave made of sand
On a vanishing isle of heather
The memory hastens me back to happier times of mead, 
Food and...Read More
Categories: aesir, magic, meaningful, mythology, wedding, wife,
Form: Free verse

Euphoric mood
Amazing what difference
riel (real) money (not Fake)
in the Citizens Bank checking account
(thank you social security disability -
monthly dollop transient

peaceful easy feeling doth make),
I savor bliss courtesy
cache buffer affords,
cuz psyche temporarily
ceases to quake
analogous with cerebral

colliding tectonic plates
invariably colliding crashing
racket noggin make
kith...Read More
Categories: aesir, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Free verse
Loki's lament and curse part 4 by Thomas Laufey
The crimes of the father 
Reach out to the son you yourself has agreed to that 
Old as you are.
Then you Odin are truly cursed
Even more so than me
And I had never agreed to that when it came
To any...Read More
Categories: aesir, anger, betrayal, grief, murder, mythology,
Form: Narrative
Loki's lament and curse part 3 by Thomas Laufey
Sigyn and Angrboda know their wyrd well
Even the far seeing eye of odin 
Does even the all seeing eye have its faults?
The curse of knowledge or forgetfulness perhaps 
Angrboda is born of the blood of the volva 
She knows well...Read More
Categories: aesir, anger, betrayal, grief, murder, mythology,
Form: Narrative
Lokis lament and curse part 2 by Thomas Laufey
Loki:Short is your victory: for fenris, my son,
will rip your jaws and rule a new world.
Come, let us end it! Ages we've waited,
we who were old when the worlds were still young."
My child hela,shall lead an army of the dead...Read More
Categories: aesir, anger, betrayal, grief, magic, murder, mythology,
Form: Narrative

Loki's Lament and curse part 1 by Thomas Laufey
For nine nights only your own will had bound you
to the World ´s Tree, you treacherous God,
while I wore a chain that I chose not, forever:
With cruel fetter my freedom you took!"

"Too cunning and unpredictable you were, too wild to...Read More
Categories: aesir, betrayal, grief, murder, mythology,
Form: Narrative
Malevolent demon,
Exploiter of pure malice,
And funny business,

Sif's whorish haircut
Enraged Thor, then soothes gods,
With tripartite gifts,

Goaded Balder's death,
Had perverse shape-shiftier Thokk
More appeasing piques,

Clings Narvi's bowels,
Whilst pains cured by Sigyn's bowl,
Vows evil frequents....Read More
Categories: aesir, allegory, conflict, evil, fate, god, gothic, mythology,
Form: Choka
Premium Member The Sword, the Spear, and the Shield
As the Nordic gods all gathered around
for there is a treasure that I have found
The Celtic gods all came as well
To listen to what I had to tell

For the Fenris Wolf has been unleashed
no one shall save Odin from this...Read More
Categories: aesir, magic, mystery, myth, mythology,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member A Weird Word is Wyrd:
The word Wyrd is Old English and means 'destiny'. From the same root comes Urd, one of the Norns, and the Germanic words Werth, Warth, and Wurth, which mean 'become'. The root word means 'to turn' or 'to become' and...Read More
Categories: aesir, mythology,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Ragnarok: The Storm
With the end of days upon them
Nears the time of final battle
In the halls of high Valhalla
Asgard senses its death rattle

In the forest crows the rooster 
In the sky the sun does darken
In the cave the hound is howling
To these...Read More
Categories: aesir, weather,
Form: Epyllion