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About jedwardnajera

I am an artist and a Poet. I live the life of a poet. I published several novels. Nena the Fairy and the Iron Rose, Dust of the Moon are among them, available through Amazon Books. I have spent over thirty five years in a classroom. I am now retired from that profession. My father kept a living record of his lifetime as he lived through the Twentieth Century. He was born in 1908 and almost lived long enough to see us enter the new millennium. He entrusted to me nearly 400 pages that he wrote through the years. Now I am continuing the tradition by posting my own stories and misadventures. I am trying to post a new entry or chapter each Friday. Check in on us at least once a week for the latest post.

Fer de Lance

The greenlee hunter fae th’ Canopy above Drops doon in silent malice. Fair game we ur all. Our necks, th’ tender spot. Snakes like rain Drop doon upon us Death rattle an’ th’ mortal scream Waves at oor feet, nae … Continue reading

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Th’ Bend o’ th’ Bow

Tis a battle o‘  th’ jade an’ blue cerulean sea. Tis a battle o’ bone an’ tissue An’ th’ constant struggle tae stay afloat. Tis th’ coming o’ Wormwood An’ th’ sorrows he shall bring. We await Th’ bitter taste … Continue reading

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Th’ Scion o’ th’ Deep

Deliver us o’ master o’ th’ deep smite tha’ wicked watery beastly demon take ‘er doon tae tha’ bottomless calderon where th’ evil ones dae dwell Keep thaim safely bound wi’ chains and ankored tae th’ stones o’ perdition far … Continue reading

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A Fragile Sleep Outside the Shores of Eden

Wha’ a tundrous soun’ is  th’ soun’ o’ breathin’ Wha’ a shower o’ light th’ stars can bring tae th’ deep sleepin luna. Tha’ silen’ wave o’ weariness, Tae heavy tae be called sleep Leaves th’ ashen dreams tae turn … Continue reading

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The One World

Aroun’ th’ point an’ beyon’ th’ breaks, mindful o’ th’ corals an’ th’ rips, stay above th’ sandy shoals, th’  weary lads mus’ tack. Intae th’ win’ an’ intae th’ bay, Then drop th’ ankor stone. Find sweet water flowing … Continue reading

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The Dark Blue Seas

Whe’ th’ clouds in thyne eyes an’  th’  scales oan thy lense fall tae th’  deck lik’ tears, further be th’ horizon in th’ sinking o th’ hert. Na congers tae net, only hawp ‘n’ despair tae fill yer plate. … Continue reading

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Th’ Banks o’ Pison

Th’ day o’ th’ Laird is nigh when nae man wull be spared. Today is th’ day o’ th’ last sunrise, the last breath we tak’. At th’ mercy o’ Undine, Under th’ hateful glare O’ Kulkuklan, th’ feathered serpent … Continue reading

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Th’ Myth o’ th’ Homeland

Tha’  first glimpse intae th’ valley o’ giants, O’  th’  universe found on a blade o’ grass, Tis th’ Muses o’ th’ Lower World, an’ their singings, inviting yee tae meet th’  basalt  teeth on th’ shores o’ th’ land … Continue reading

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Anodyne

Near th’ gairdens o’ guid an’ evil, Near th’ open plains of myth an’ legend, By th’ shadowed glen o’ breath an’ sleep, Lay th’ footfalls o’ the mystic seek. Thare be wickedness in th’ wind, in th’ clouds below … Continue reading

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Th’ Keeper of the Scrolls

Th’ silent jaws o’ death Closed o’er his sleepin’ bones To ‘wait th’ test o’ thyme, Tae hear his name be called again By th’ keeper o’ th’ scrolls. He slipped intae th’ cauld black deep. No soun’ kin reach … Continue reading

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