Loki is cool with the following…
Because I am giving Mauna Kea “center stage” on my blog right now, in honor of the Mauna Kea protectors, I will be temporarily posting content for Day 21, 22, and 23 here on this page, and not as a regular blog post. Here are the questions for those days:
21) Music that makes you think of this deity
22) A quote, a poem, or piece of writing that you think this deity resonates strongly with
23) Your own composition – a piece of writing about or for this deity
There are many pieces of music I associate with Loki, and his many moods and aspects. But here’s one piece of music that I overplayed in the first days of “getting to know” Loki, which caused him to disappear the CD from my car until I promised to not play it too often. I couldn’t find it for two weeks, then I was driving one day and said out loud, “Hey Loki, how do you do it? Do you really disappear things or just make it so we can’t see them?” I ask the question and bam, the CD bumped against my feet while I was driving.
Love the song, the video is somewhat ridiculous, though…
Will add more selections when I put this on a real blog page.
Hmmm. A quote that Loki might resonate with? How about this one from John Water’s Polyester?
Lulu: I never wanted to use macramé to kill!
And the limericks I’ve written for him.
Based on “Thirty Days of Deity Devotion,” a list of questions and topics created by Arrin.