A collision of child and metal beast

A life snatched away from Jord's loving arms

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A broken flower not yet in bloom

Spewed across life's soporific lap

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A mass of angst-ridden, grief-stricken bodies

Huddle around the crimson mess

Of what once was hope and joy

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Anguish sings her melody

While Sorrow strums her harp

And all the while spirits dance

To songs the two doth play

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The day belongs to Freyja,

Though it should belong to Odin

Whose presence is upon us all

On this forsaken morn

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Another newly departed soul

Welcomed into Frigga's open arms

A Mother to care for Her child once more

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Jord: Norse Earth Goddess (married to Odin)

Freyja: Norse Goddess of Love whom Friday is named after

Odin: Norse God of Death

Frigga: Norse Mother Goddess