Mhari Brewbane

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Poem the first:
Poem the first:
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Eastern skald stood by Northern Star.
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Eastern skald stood by Northern Star. <br>
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Bestowed wordgift of wonderous tone.
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Bestowed wordgift of wonderous tone.<br>
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Trillium Queen wept tears of joy.
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Trillium Queen wept tears of joy.<br>
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Gesture greeted with joyful cries
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Gesture greeted with joyful cries<br>
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called to skald "Vivat!" - vivid praise.
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called to skald "Vivat!" - vivid praise.<br>
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Poet spoke not proud, passion burned,
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Poet spoke not proud, passion burned,<br>
brought honor bright to Eastern Star.
brought honor bright to Eastern Star.
== More Information ==
== More Information ==
MKA Miranda DiStefano, a college student with a love of story telling and an almost unhealthy obsession with fiber related crafts.
MKA Miranda DiStefano, a college student with a love of story telling and an almost unhealthy obsession with fiber related crafts.

Revision as of 19:12, 29 September 2010

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Mhari at Hunters Moon 2010
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Introduction

A member of both Vestfell Farmstead and the household of Ragnesfolke. Apprenticed to Master Grim the Skald


Persona

Mhari is a 10th Century Irish woman. She has dreams of being a storyteller and is currently passable with the fiber arts. She dabbles in calligraphy on occasion.

Offices & Positions

Event Staff

Projects & Publications

Poem the first:

Eastern skald stood by Northern Star.
Bestowed wordgift of wonderous tone.
Trillium Queen wept tears of joy.
Gesture greeted with joyful cries
called to skald "Vivat!" - vivid praise.
Poet spoke not proud, passion burned,
brought honor bright to Eastern Star.

More Information

MKA Miranda DiStefano, a college student with a love of story telling and an almost unhealthy obsession with fiber related crafts.

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