Mundilfari has two children, which he arrogantly named after the Moon and Sun,
Fair and very beautiful, the proud father called them Máni and Sól for fun.
Now to name your children after heavenly bodies takes a great deal of pride,
But to judge this insolent act itself, was only for the Holy Gods to decide.
One day Mundilfari received from a man named Glen a solemn pledge,
Glen had agreed to be joined with his daughter Sól in a sacred marriage.
The couple was soon happily married, and the parents were very glad,
But the Gods punished Mundilfari's act of pride, because he made them mad.
The God's judgement was to place Mundilfari' s lovely children in the sky,
So that everyday, forever, Midgard' s blue world they would have to overfly.
Sól steers the horses that pull forward the Sun, while Mani drives the moon,
And ever since that day his children have only the stars with which to commune.
The Midgardian had done nothing to the Gods, for which he must atone.
However, Glen was left on Earth, a human very sad, and constantly alone,
It has been so very many years now, and her husband has sorely missed,
The sweet lips of his lovely wife Sól, which everyday he had always kissed.
Every morning Glen wakes up very early, and waits to see his pretty wife,
As she pushes her tired horses ever harder, to save Mighty Sunna' s life.
For everyday his wife Sól, and her weary brother Máni are constantly faced,
By the two horrible wolves, with which they are forever more being chased.
- Glenn Bergen, ( Ravensheart ), © Copyright, 2014.