What Wyrd, Say the Norns!
With so much adversity to write of, I have decided to keep today’s post light. (Um, I think!) Many thoughts of posting topics have crossed my mind these past days. And, I know that I have not remained devoted to some readers; however, I continue to thank you for your patience and encouragements.
Without the wurdis knowledge as “The Piper’s Weird”, I find myself progressing an uncanny future. A journey into the city of Avalon, the opportunity to meet the Sister’s Weird, Luna, Phoebe, and Selene; for only, the daughters of Oberon could offer up such fate, and/or destiny, as I have before me. For the World Tree, Yggdrasil, I shall refrain the search, and know, I have witnessed the prophecies to Macbeth, as the “Thane of Glamis”, “Thane of Cawdor”, and “King Hereafter” so say the “Norns”. Some say the wyrd, or fateful, illness of a past, would realize a broadening future.
It is the journey from beginning to end, holding each emotion as a “diamond of investment”, without the present recognition of it's true value. These Diamonds of the journey are the subjects of which novels relate. Romance is only, but an “emotion (Diamond) within the experience.” How can we not value the good without the pain? As each diamond begins uncut, so it is polished into brilliance on conclusion.
So, it appears, I will take “The Fate of the Piper” on any day.