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Unn's Song                 Unn's Song MP3

Hey-ho, heave and blow, wind to the westward side,
Gull wing go to the ebb and the flow,
And the tern return with the tide.

Kestrel and kite keep the counting road
In the breeze with each beat of their wings,
We swim through the centuries like they were days
And the gift of the gulls is the song that we sing.
Hey-ho, turn back the veil,
And backward we sail, back we go.

Hey-ho, heave and blow, wind to the westward side,
We leap from the land over sea below,
And into the salt wind we ride.

Mark the moon his meandering road
Many moons in the making of mine,
The sea is the keeper of memory
And the tides are the rhythm of time.
Hey-ho, turn back the veil,
And backward we sail, back we go.

Hey-ho, heave and blow, wind to the westward side,
Gull wing go to the ebb and the flow,
And the tern return with the tide.

Raven Kaldera

This poem is
from the Nine Sisters' Shrine.

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