As the Valkyries sing their song
|His blood calls out for me. This one is mine. I see the Sisters disappear in the thunderclouds.|
"In her name I claim you."
His eyes widen in terror.
"Are you not one of Oden's maidens?"
I lift off my helmet. Toss my hair back.
"This is your lucky day, warrior. You get to ride the kitty wagon."
I grab his shoulder. He falls to his knees. I bend down and kiss his pale lips, so cold. He shivers.
They are all afraid of Freya.
"Will... will you take me to her?"
"When I'm done with you. My name is Mist."
He gasps. Probably heard some stories.
"I will serve you well, Maiden. I promise. My name is..." I strike him across the face without warning.
"Did I ask your name?"
He shakes his head, looking anxiously at my hand.
"You speak when I ask you. Now, get naked."
It takes a while for him to undress. Stands on all four, without me asking. I smile.
"You know about me, warrior. Good." I run my finger down his spine before I bridle him.
"This will be a ride to remember."
He shivers as I sit on his back. Squeeze him with my thighs until he looses his breath. I draw his head backwards, until he almost collapses. Tickle his face with my whip. His mouth is open, begging to be used. Lips closing around the handle of the whip, as I softly slide it in. Not too deep, I don't want him to lose it. Not yet, anyway. I let up the pressure, let him catch his breath. Unbuckling my belt. I feel him shiver under me as I tickle him with my nails. The first strike with the belt on his ass is quite soft. Still, he gasps.
"Did I hurt you, warrior?"
He shakes his head, saliva dripping from his mouth as he holds the handle of the whip between his teeth. I take the whip, looking into his light blue eyes, hazy with desire. He licks his lips. I lift the whip. He cries out when it comes down on his back. Soon he is crawling at my feet, chest heaving, tears dripping on his face. Probably harder than he's ever been. Hands crossed behind his back, his hot face resting on my boot, squeezing the bit between his teeth, reins hanging loose.
"Are you ready, warrior?"
His eyes widen.
"I claim you in her name." My grip on his shaft is anything but gentle. I slip the ring on him. Then take the reins.
Continuation:Part 1 (8 nov)
Part 2: Learn it well and tell it to others (2 may)
Part 3: As a blood-red cloud darkens the sky (3 may)
Part 4: Only the Valkyries can choose the slain (3 may)
Part 5: Spears will shatter shields will splinter (4 may)
Part 6: Swords will gnaw like wolves through armor (4 jun)
Part 7: Let us now wind the web of war (10 may)
Part 8: With swords unsheated away from here (6 may)
Part 9: Let us advance and wade through the ranks (14 sep)
Part 10: The shafts are iron-bound and arrows are the shuttles (17 may)
Part 11: The Valkyries go weaving with drawn swords (14 sep)
Part 12: We sang well victory songs (10 may)
Part 13: Where friends of us are exchanging blows (17 may)
Part 14: The web of man grey as armor (14 sep)
Part 15: Will cross it with a crimson weft (15 may)
Part 16: Where the warrior banners are forging forwards (17 may)
Part 17: The news of disaster will spread through lands (14 sep)
Part 18: The Sun, sister of the Moon from South (10 jul)
Part 19: Her right hand cast over heaven's rim (27 may)
Part 20: No knowledge she had where her home should be (4 jun)
Part 21: The Moon knew not what might was his (14 sep)
Part 22: The stars knew not where their stations were (14 sep)
Part 23: From below the dragon dark comes forth (21 jun)
Part 24: The bodies of men on his wings he bears (14 sep)
Part 25: Then sought the Gods their assembly-seats (14 sep)
Part 26: Thence come the maidens, mighty in wisdom (6 jul)
Part 27: One did I see in the wet woods bound (27 jul)
Part 28: Wise shall he seem who well can question, and also answers well (14 sep)
Part 29: Nought is concealed that men may say amongst the sons of men (10 sep)
Part 30: Speak thou of hell, for of heaven I know (30 oct)
Part 31: All to know that I fain would ask, who shall vengeance win for the evil work (28 sep)
Part 32: No wise-woman art thou, nor wisdom hast (13 oct)
Part 33: Maiden, awake! Wake thee, my friend. (18 oct)
Part 34: My sister Hyndla, in thy hollow cave! (18 oct)
Part 35: Already comes darkness and ride must we (20 oct)
Part 36: To Valhall, to seek the sacred hall (23 oct)
Part 37: The favour of Allfather seek we to find, to his followers gold he gladly gives (yesterday)
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