Anegion Taranês (Taranis’s Blessing)

Anegion Taranês

Written By Suturcos

Taranis bûe ad tancê

Taruoi eio urextont lanos

Beborbar ara etû blandû

Boues rodîssont blixtus blandus

Ollon buont lanos etic lauenos

Eni sindos diuobi dagobi au sami

Papodius bûe samos

Acitâ ûrâ do aiui

Taranis bûe anuosagitis

Sioxti toutâ doxtont eion

Sepîssonteîa au Crîni

Ueuaseîs rodanon eionon

Crînos gabâsset ollon

Cecameîs rodanon

Eticsiodeîs uer berû

Nauinicos etic tarsusicos

Toutâ uouâdar dû uoretû

Taranis cucloue uediâs eionon

Aisus dedosse brogilos

Duxtir eio Nemetonâ rodîsset

Suanciton etic comarciaton Taranin

Gutuatis dedoue aidûn

Etic rodîsset oigetocâriâ

Do Tigernin Taranin

Eni brogilê râdîssont au Crîni

Cauaros ne cingeð gegalle gonti

Câdareîa tâios etic blinos ion uexti

Dirisetos congestlos eio Belenin

Sindos gestlos Bononiâ exuinnâsset

Tetogiîs deuoressi Crînos

Iâssetîs uritet Crînin uer catumagê

Namanð luciicos, cennâ caletâ etic brussâ

Dercâ eio mextâcâ etic cuuâ, maruicos

Sioxti, Taranis ôde uresson excenos

Ex Crînû bûe anderon, conuidu dextos

Taranis delxti lorgâ eio, Leuceton

Tatanð rodani, eni leucê diuos

Dedosseîs dû catû, entar locâtiê

Au uolti roudi uicii, gutus eni uersî

Crînos delxti cladios eio, etic ceconge

Taranis ueurite beltâ dû beltî, balcos

Condariâ, condariâ, catus coui iâsset

Taranis râdîsset uoxtloi au nitigi

Sinnitigon ne bisiû bâu

Etic ûxamâssetîs Leuceton, bibeîs!

Eni pettî gellî Crînos bogi, aulautos bûe

Taranis bibe bundâ etic râdîsset anegion

“An dagouersâ rinet sindagobundin”

“Rodîumî adbertâ au biuotous”

“Rodîumî adbertâ au brigi”

“Rodîumî adbertâ au bounoniî”

Uoberon atelinâsset, etic rodanâ ateberti

Toutâ rodîssont braton do Taranin

Rodîssont boues, baraos, etic medus

Toutâ comberton eni litû

Sindiu essi iexti Samolitus

Taranis, argos toutîas commantos essi

Taranis’s Blessing

Taranis was at peace

His bulls were made full

They fed on sweet pasture

The cows yielded sweet milk

All were full and happy

In those good days of summer

Each day was summer

The fields were always green

Taranis was unchallenged

However, the people came to Him

They spoke of Crînos

He devoured their fields

Crînos took all

He stole the crops

He sat upon the well

Hungry and thirsty

The people pleaded for help

Taranis heard their pleas

Aisus prepared the grove

His daughter Nemetonâ gave

Welcome and greeting to Taranis

The priest had lit the fire

And gave hospitality

To the lord Taranis

In the grove they spoke of Crînos

A giant no warrior was able to kill

They fell hot and tired when they tried

As sure as the mutual oath to Belenos

That oath Bononiâ witnessed

He swore to vanquish Crînos

He went to meet Crînos on the battlefield

A strange enemy, skin hard and brittle

Eyes sunken and hollow, like death

Yet, Taranis felt heat from afar

From Crînos was the origin, like burning wood

Taranis held His (club, staff?), Leuceton

The thief of the yield, in the light of day

He prepared for battle, in the sight

Of the red haired champion, the voice in the rain

Crînos held his sword and advanced

Taranis met blow for blow, powerful

Raging, raging, the battle thus went

Taranis spoke words of a curse

This curse I will not utter

And he raised Leuceton, he struck!

In a thousand pieces Crînos broke, he washed away

Taranis struck the ground and spoke a blessing

“May good rain reach the good ground”

“I give offering of life”

“I give offering of strength”

“I give offering of prosperity”

The well refilled, and the crops returned

The people gave thanks to Taranis

They gave cows, bread, and mead

The people came together to feast

Today it is called Samolitus

Taranis, the champion of the people is remembered

2 Comments

  1. woodenbreath says:

    What an amazing story!

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    1. We’re glad you enjoyed it! – Nellos

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