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Father Thor

In the distance I see lightning bolts striking the earth,
Soon I hear the wheels of Father Thor's mighty wagon 
Echoing within the thunder.
I raise my drinking horn filled with ale and say,
Red Bearded protector of the Gods, I offer this ale in thanks to
A God so beloved by many a heathen heart.
My horn now at my lips,
I drink deeply, and the rest I pour upon the earth.
Now it is done, a gift for a gift!

 

2005 Robert Etter

 


Author of "A Devotional: Honoring Thor and Family" and "Thor, Midgard's Veurr, and the Fylgja",
Both together in one book:
Thor, God Of The Common Man

 

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