Pagan ManPagan Man, stood proud and strong. His hair ablow in wind. Worshipped land, sea and air.
Gods took only meagre tribute, for family safety, creed of true and world of fair.
A goat's gall, and chicken's beak or three: killed on holy mound, bled into a bowl of holy tree.
In thunder and in lightning, Pagan Man stood noble: bowed to his Gods, protecting man, global.
Gods honoured their worthy people, who knew their Gods without force and without holy steeple.
Pagan Man, stood goodly-noble. His lands were bounty. Worshipped Wright, Goddess and God.
Gods protect man for generations gone by, caring for their people in life and when it came to die.
A lamb's heart, and ursvamp stock: killed at holy temple, and offered at holy rock.
In gales and in rainstorms, Pagan Man stood faithful: true to his Gods, guiding man, not hateful.
But Pagan Man will soon be preyed. His home will be invaded and new God will soon be paid.
Pagan Man, stood cowering, fearful. His Gods were mocked. Worshipped wrong, fal
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