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Thunder

When the butting echoes through the air
The clash of horns, a memory of steel's call
Remembrances of the casting of lightening and thunder
Storms calling out names with their boom

Flickers of light are tossed from gloves and belt
Highlights of magic drafted from the depths of knowledge
Giving strength to do what must be done
Legacies for us to recall for hard times

Hear the laughter roll over the wind
Bringing hope and fear at the same time
Depending on which realm you wander
Resounding from the hills to the skies

Just don't forget he can have his fun too
Such as when Heimdallr had him dress in ladies clothes
To win back a prize


Hithrael

Image: Claudia Engelen, Portfolio & Prints: Illustration.de 
Illustr. used in the reprint of "Deutsche Mythologie", Dr. F. Kauffmanns, Bohmeier Verlag.

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