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Huldra
by Jan Oscar Hansen
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In the green valley
Near lake blue and pink salmon
Lived a huldra
Beautiful in human eyes
But trolls had rejected her
Ugly in their eyes 
I heard her desolate song
Saw her shimmering
Blond as Iberian sea straw
Made gold-leaved by the sun 
I saw her tail too
And before she charmed me
Sprinted for my life
Since folklore has made it clear
Human and trolls may not mix
Because if they do
The offspring will be rejected
By trolls and human
And for perpetuity be lost
Walking the strand of loneliness      
 
(Huldra, Female Troll in Nordic mythology. They have bad renomé and that´s a pity)
 

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