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New Year's Greeting

I hope the year that passed was good to you,
And if times could be better, they will be;
That you may reap the harvest that is due,
Of doors still locked that you may turn the key.

I wish that you find time to play and rest,
And to see beauty in the little things,
That you enjoy whatever you like best,
And tackle bravely what the future brings.

What warp the Norns have spun, no man can say,
But it's the weft we firmly hold in hand;
We weave the pattern each and every day,
The faith we follow is its golden strand.

Reader, for you and those that you hold dear,
The Aesir's blessing for the coming year!


Michaela Macha


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