Futhark Village

Praise for Futhark Village

“It’s written in a kind of plain-spoken way without a lot of rhetorical flourishes or writerly frills, giving it a feel similar to many fables or folk tales, which fits the content perfectly. “If you’re a Heathen or just a fan of the Runes or Norse Mythology, I highly recommend it.” – Kriselda Gray “Thanks […]

Ansuz and Raidho

Ansuz clapped as Althunn finished reciting another of her poems. Dwarven poetry's style was different than what he was used to from Midgard, but beautiful in its own way. Like the dwarves themselves, the initial horror of their unusual shape hid great beauty.#futharkvillage — Perseus Greenman (@futharkvillage) December 30, 2019 In all, Ansuz was finding […]

Rune Poem

I was challenged recently to write a new rune poem in English in the heroic meter of Skaldic Poetry. I will be updating this page as I am able, with the next quatrain. Fehu oft rends friendships, Finds imposed foes frugal: Fond fellows, creditors Flee when they come over.

Kenaz the Cook

Kenaz is a servant in Fehu’s home. She keeps the hearthfire burning, and lights the torches each night to keep the village well lit. She has a fiery temper, and a wooden spoon with which to express her anger. That said, she is matronly. Kenaz is the rune of the fire which warms the home, […]