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Nous marchons vers la nouvelle aube !

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Evelyn De Morgan, Eos, 1895

320 words

Nous sommes les peuples du Nord
Nés dans les glaces et les forêts,
Et placés sous le signe du Soleil.
Nous croyons à l’Etre Cosmique
Qui a créé les Trois Mondes
Et la Force de Vie.
Nous sommes les peuples du Nord,
Nous parlons des langues différentes,
Mais nous formons une seule Race !
Avec les Douze dieux
Nous avons renoué le Pacte !
Au milieu des montagnes de glace,
Là dans la vallée sacrée
Nous avons placé la Pierre de Souveraineté
Et autour d’elle érigé le Cromlech !
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To Dominique Venner

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Translated by Francisco Albanese

I never met you.
How could I met you,
unless the tense thread of blood carried me
to the other side of the sea?
I could not meet you,
but your profile was familiar to me.
Perhaps you looked like
my Celtic great-grandfather.
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‘”We All Fall Down” & “Ashes, Ashes”

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We All Fall Down

We all fall down. But some of us get back
Up. That’s the rub, isn’t it — that getting
Back up, because falling stops the attack
And laying down there makes sure the letting
Up continues. But to get back up, to
Stand up once we’ve hit that floor when we know
That if we just don’t move, Read more …

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Two Poems

Anthony Van Dyck, "Self Portrait With a Sunflower," after 1633

Anthony Van Dyck, Self Portrait With a Sunflower, after 1633

440 words

Self Portrait

I am ancient folkways dispossessed, I
Am nations ruined, I am tradition
Shattered, I am lost cause. I occupy
No locale that my ancestors sprung from,
I am immigration, I am the free
Passage out, Read more …

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Gregory Hood’s 15 Words
(Rondeau Variation)

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“That which is not explicitly for our
people inevitably turns against
our people with time.”

– Gregory Hood

“That which is not explicitly for our
People inevitably turns against
Our people with time.” Without guilt, or angst,
Or dark hand-wringing, Read more …

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To a Once & Future Folk

Cornelis Norbertus Gysbrechts, "Quodlibet," 1675

Cornelis Norbertus Gysbrechts, “Quodlibet,” 1675

124 words

This is for you, although you might not get
It. There’s going to be a lot of time
Between right now, when I am writing it
And when I hope you get to read it. I’m
Praying that if you don’t get to, it’s just
Because it’s been lost, not that we lost in
The end. I refuse to think that we must
Have not made it, that you don’t exist when
You ought to. We are fighting desperately
Right now, Read more …

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As If

Still Doubting, Jn Granville Gregory130 words

The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts. — Bertrand Russell

And what if we are wrong after all? Read more …

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Light in a Dark Age:
Leo Yankevich’s Journey Late at Night

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Leo Yankevich
Journey Late at Night: Poems and Translations
San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing Ltd., 2013

Leo Yankevich is an American poet who was born and raised in the somber coal-mining and rust belt environs of Pennsylvania. But he is also of Polish-Lithuanian ancestry, so another part of his genetic and cultural makeup comes from the dark forests of Central Europe — Read more …

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Post-Modern Sonnet

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There is a new religion: anti-racist
Which is, more or less, made up of the same thing that any cult is,
Namely, a vacuous under-examining self-righteous group of people that a  Read more …

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Aftermath

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For Henri Joseph Fenet, and the Men of the Charlemagne Division — “Loyal To The End”

Your knighthood was bestowed
In the reign of fire
And phosphorous,
The weight of judgement
Already a Damocletian sword.
Thinking of home,
But now there is no home –
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