I will cover your bone frame in fur, construct wings from the bones of dead birds, these wings bound to your shoulders with tendons from the body of a deer.
THE DARK SIDE OF MYTH & FOLKLORE: THE MORRIGANIn Irish mythology, the Morrígan (meaning either “great queen” or “phantom queen” in Irish Gaelic) is a goddess of war and death who was depicted in the form of the crow. The Morrígan was usually a trio of sister-goddess most often named as Badb, Macha, and Nemain. Folklorists have suggested that the Morrígan was associated with the Banshee of Irish folklore and the Valkyries in Germanic mythology.
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THIS MADE ME VERY EMOTIONAL.
Arya Stark Appreciation Week — Day 3 Favourite Relationship ↳
Gendry & Arya —“Arya was given a whole leg, since it was her rabbit. She shared it with Gendry. The rest of them each got a spoonful… ”