Tolly Rebeka Christian BlackWolf Hawk
Kanji swords in hand, white hair billowing in the wind, as you fly upon strong gray wings.
The Wheel of Justice is your throne,
Those who do evil tremble beneath your piercing gaze;
Crushed by your reason from which none can hide,
Like glass upon the anvil.
Those who do good are forever in your care,
Forever flourishing here and in the hereafter,
Like flowers in the mountain meadow.
The Mother and the Warrior,
The Protector and the Teacher.
Inspired by Jessica Galbreth’s painting “Nemesis”
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