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Essence of fruit - Taliesin : Dogman + Oorlab

oorlab on March 28, 2013 16:39

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    The poems from the book of Taliesin (1915) Evans, John Gwenogvryn, 1852-1930 editor.

    THE BATTLE OF THE SCRUB

    From the essence of fruits

    did the gods begin :

    from Primrose flowers :

    from the pollen of shrubs —

    the pollen of Oak and Nettle,

    of Meadow-sweet and Broom ;

    from the Mould of the earth ;

    from the Water of the ninth wave ;

    from the Fire of the lightning —

    from these things was I made.

    Math the Old enchanted me,

    before I was of the earth.

    Gwydion, the great Master of

    phantoms, enchanted me

    from the Laburnum's golden finger ;

    from the breaker's prismatic hues ;

    from five kinds of loveliness —

    the five resources of wizards.

    The fosterling of Math was chief lord

    when his wand afflicted me.

    Recorded - february - March 2013 by Dogman aka David Sansds & Oorlab
    DOGMAN aka DAVID SANDS

    Taliesin, also known as Taliessin or Taliesin Ben Beirdd was a 6th century Welsh poet whose work has survived in a 14th century manuscript. The battle of the Scrub contains many names of plants and trees and gives proof of insight and interest in the working of nature.

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