Jólablót Poem

Jólablót

 

Cold nights finally came

the wind moans outside

the hearth burns in red flame

my spirit goes far and wide

 
Frozen trees bore no leaf

darkness falls harsh and cold

snowstorms filled with grief

mountains moaned ; forests groaned

 
Golden halls full of light

merry singing and tales of old

joyful ghosts came through the night

reminding us of our own folk

 
Wolves howl upon the gale

and ravens took their flight

we lift our spirit with ale

the land withers in icy blight

 
Candles lit in the room

rain and snow ceased

darkness dwindle in the gloom

our voices were released

 

 

Arith Härger

Cσρуяιgнт © 2012™

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