Buxton SunriseStanding behind the eyelid of the Goddess,
I peer into the leavening dark,
a new light rises like the blessed yeast
as the Goddess takes her fill.
Mother Earth gives out a little yawn
as Our Lady Sun smiles upon Her face.
The sinews of the land quiver in the stillness of the breeze,
and the deep dark of the wood stands against the yearling light.
Smoke rises from quiet houses
as tender families take their brew
be it morning coffee or sweetest tea;
every day is a brand new treat.
And I myself, I find my hands around the wheel,
as I drive toward the sky
where the gold outstrips the blue,
for the Goddess it seems is nearly awake,
even as I twist around the bend.
This town and the next shall pass me by,
a circle within a circle,
going on and going out,
mindless of what we do.
eternal solace and sacred comfort
all along the road,
a stitch in time,
a note in mind.
And my engine rumbles on.
Norse mythical creatures.Berserks plural-Berserker.
Werebear/warrior. Warriors would howl and foam at the mouth and go crazy in battle. Laid out after death on bear skins, in the stories they actually turn into bears. Thor is mentioned in one text to have fought an entire island of female berserker.
Undead monster with insatiable appetite. The strength of the will of the dead forces the “hugr” spirit to return to the body which usually haunts the grave, protecting the dead person’s treasure. They die a second death if burned, dismembered, destroyed or the body rots too much. They have super human strength, increase size and weight at will and stink of decay. Some retain some intelligence and many go after people that wronged them in life.
Can rise from the grave as smoke or “swim” through the rock to escape their grave. They kill their victims by devouring their flesh, crushing them, driving them mad till they kill themselves, or by drinking blood. They also effected anima
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