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Started Dec. 22, 2010
Splendid Poseidon, husband of fair Amphitrite,
father to the lovely nymphs of river and sea,
all waters comprise your realm. O most honored one,
a force so powerful are you, none can withstand
your might. At your will seas rise, ships are torn apart,
and sailors are given both life and livelihood.
And yet have you given great gifts to mankind:
the horse, that most noble beast, is your creation;
the fish in your seas feed many, O Poseidon;
and springs of sweet water do appear at your touch.
Mighty Poseidon, you who rules the deep ocean
and all its creatures, I praise and honor you.
Poseidon, raging lord of the deep,
master of sea-storm, ocean-dwelling god.
Thundering hoof-beats across grassy plains,
white-capped waves, burnished stones along the shore,
taste of salt spray, sapphire-blue horizon,
in these we know you, great Poseidon.
Poseidon, holder of the sea's treasures,
friend of adventurer and merchant,
your hands gently guiding ships to harbor,
we thank you for safe journeys, mighty one,
for swift travel beyond our own borders.
Poseidon, we praise and honor you.
Poseidon, dark-haired god of all waters,
by whose will alone do sailors fare in safety.
Lord of the black sea depths, swirling dark and deep,
swift in thought, sure in deed, fervent in feeling,
the ocean's caprice is yours, O Poseidon;
overwhelming one, I praise and honor you.
Mighty Poseidon, unfathomable one,
I pray to you. You at whose touch sweet water springs forth,
at whose whim the earth breaks open beneath our feet,
whose pure power we feel in our bones and our blood,
show me life's essence, life's rage; pull me like the tide;
grant me safe harbor at last, shield me from storms.