Mann Saga

Texts of Mimir

Alone I sat | when the Old One sought me,
The terror of gods, | and gazed in mine eyes:
"What hast thou to ask? | why comest thou hither?
Othin, I know | where thine eye is hidden."
I know where Othin's | eye is hidden,
Deep in the wide-famed | well of Mimir;

- Words of the völva, Poetic Edda, Völuspá verse 28
We are following an ancient text pointing to the location of the völva
"I once had a girl; Or should I say she once had me
She showed me her room; Is not it good Norwegian wood?"

What is "Norwegian Wood", we ask ourselves. It is Tabitha's belief that the translation we have is lacking.

- Alfonso's Diary


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