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Hermes Varini's Blog (17)

Scottish Terms

I said "fiery bluid": Scottish for "fiery blood", as carving deep the stone (stane).

Added by Hermes Varini on May 25, 2020 at 3:09am — No Comments

My Own Antithetical Overman

In their embodying two perfectly mirroring halves, my own Overman and Being as Power reveal themselves as one, within an unparalleled status and blazing territory.

Added by Hermes Varini on May 23, 2020 at 1:53am — No Comments

Robert the Bruce

All my verses in the Scottish tone thus far composed, in honour of Robert the Bruce, and of his sword.

Added by Hermes Varini on May 22, 2020 at 2:18am — No Comments

A Translation

Erat para,

Chans e condutz,

Formir

Al rei qui t'er escuoills;

Now ready I am,

To create chants, and to compose

Melodies

The king to please,

He who shall welcome thee;

Arnaut Daniel, L'aur'amara (12th…

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Added by Hermes Varini on May 21, 2020 at 3:19am — No Comments

Image of Gowd-A Stanza in a Medieval Scottish tone

Thus I remembered having dwelt,
Like an enchained Demon,
Deep within the core of a fiery wealth,
Mine awn Image of Gowd!

H.V.

Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 11:27am — No Comments

Ghaist-A Stanza in a Medieval Scottish tone

Mine awn ghaist, He beheld me,
His Claymore gleaming, unsheathed,
Into a darkness no one could see,
I winna yield to thee!

H.V.

Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 11:22am — No Comments

Tartan of War-A Stanza in a Medieval Scottish tone

O’er my black tartan of war,
Far ayont the lang hame,
The word Rage was embroidered,
Finely, finely, stick-an-stowe,
In the colour of gowd.

H.V.

Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 11:18am — No Comments

Emblem of Steel-A Stanza a Medieval Scottish tone

Now advance, quo' the Wraith,
Wi' blade down by thy side,
Thy lane, and faithfu'
To thy auld Emblem of Steel,
Whar moorlan winds gaed,
Whar Immortality gleamingly dwells.

H.V.

Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 11:16am — No Comments

Thoosan Times-A Stanza in a Medieval Scottish tone

Thoosan times ah faced thoosan sieges,
And nyne times, boiling wapin fell
O’er that clan of skellums (Wundor Sceawian!)
Frae the white barbican, before the black well.

H.V.

Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 11:14am — No Comments

Yon Star-A Poem in a Medieval Scottish tone

Ere the rust, in robe of Time,

Shall curse thy blade,

Quo’ the Wraith,

Airn fist ye maun ay wear

To hold the Firestorm

To avenge yon star shining still

And auld Duntulm’s stane,

To bear the gree

And prove thy furious worth,

Sae ah shall be strolling…

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Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 11:09am — No Comments

Fiery Scar-A Poem in a Medieval Scottish tone

Across yon shield wa, quo’ the Ghaist,

In tyme of war ye threw thyself,

For ye canna now extinguish, honorable Thane,

The fiery scar o’er thy ruddy cheek,

Wi’ gilded Targe and unforgiving Fury,

High flames falling athwart thy wame.

H.V.…

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Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 11:07am — No Comments

Looking Glass-A Poem in a Medieval Scottish tone

In the year 1332, at auld Dupplin Moor,

Wi’ a shimmering Dagger of War,

Hiddenly, and in Black Tartan Duds,

Blowing, loud and louder, intae thae Winds,

Ah pierced the looking glass,

And amid so wild a Fire Mass,

Ironclad and devastating

Mine awn enraged wraith cam.…

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Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 11:00am — No Comments

Blade-A Poem in a Medieval Scottish tone

Thou, dishonorable Highlan’ skellum,

Thy dreary whunstane shall not see again!

Nor thy unworthy Clan Banner,

Yet my Blade!

Yet my Blade!

Gleaming here, owre,

At auld Stirling Bridge,

Wi’ fiery bluid imbued,

Graving still deep mirk stane,

Under yon Steel…

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Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 10:53am — No Comments

Steel Lyre-A Poem in a Medieval Scottish tone

Play mae, auld moorlan wise,

Wi’ thy martial steel Lyre,

The enraged Sound of the Thunder,

While ah shall be, again,

In nae unworthy mare,

Wi’ Targe Shield and Dagger,

Rising nae fellow-mortal

Amid thoosan deadly onslaughts,

Ironclad frae the Fire!…

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Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 10:50am — No Comments

Dirleton's Wa-A Poem in a Medieval Scottish tone

Before yon Dirleton's wa,

Quoth the Ghaist,

Wi’ Colour of Hell reddening,

And next to auld South Ruin,

Yell warlike, enraged Wha Daur!

To thy enemies, and to thy consumed flesh

Doomed I say no longer

Within a forerunning Shade of Death,

Throwing no influence intae thy…

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Added by Hermes Varini on May 20, 2020 at 10:42am — No Comments

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