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For My Brothers

My dear brothers, I am your elder only by a small margin, Yet even so, I am what I am. Thus ~ When the storms of life brew, and the winds carry the rain of sorrow ~ when the weight … Continue reading

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Nightwind

I am the chill in the air, she told me. The reassuring touch, Come nightfall. Like her sister, And the other divines, When she speaks I am compelled to listen. I am not like my twin, Daywind lacks my subtlety. … Continue reading

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Humanity

What does it mean to be human? Could someone explain it to me? There’s something I don’t quite get, When it comes to humanity. It’s not quite compassion, Or a desire for equality, But rather a thought of peculiar fashion, … Continue reading

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Nationalism

Norway has always held a special place in my heart, and if you consider the photograph above for a moment I belive you can see why. I am Scandiavian, I have both Swedish and Norwegian roots, and these roots run … Continue reading

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Compassion

What matters origin, of what consequence is hue of hide, when we’ve become kin, and found in brotherhood pride? Our differences spur growth, where likeness yields stagnation, celebrate us both, celebrate change and our hearts’ rejuvination. Fear is the seed, … Continue reading

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