I was doing some research, and suddenly the Goddess Freyja called to my muse. This is a fun way to write a poem. I used the word, hunt for search, and the word past for lost, as part of my Tanka Tuesday syllabic poetry challenge. This poem will work for my poem-a-day April challenge and NaPoWritMo, as well.
One of my favorite Twitter hashtags is #FolkloreThursday. If you love anything paranormal or mythological… including faeries, check out the posts on Twitter. I hope they understand that the syllables and word choice limited my poem.
"Freyja—the Goddess" past souls hunt— rose quartz heals an offering to Freyja, goddess of love, war, and beauty; riding a chariot pulled by two cats, along with a boar, she wears a cloak of falcon feathers Freyja rules o'er her heavenly field... half who die in battle stay with her, the rest to Valhalla A Vanir— seer of the approaching times valkyries trust the mistress of Norse charms ©2021 Colleen M. Chesebro