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Night On The Shore

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Starless and cold is the night:
The sea is foaming,
And over the sea, flat on his belly,
Lies the formless wind from the north,
In secret, grumbling furtively,
Like a grumpy misery back in good humour,
Chattering gaily to the waters,
Telling many mad stories,
Stories of giants, miraculous slayings,
The ancient sagas of Norway.
In between, he smiles and howls till the echoes are heard
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Terry Craddock 21 December 2016
it seems old Norse gods fall to become beggers in a more modern time, develop a taste for rum not beer to keep out the cold, but still hunger with a taste for the fair daughters of men
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