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The Morrígan (Irish Mythology):
She is the goddess of battle, strife, and sovereignty. Most of the time the goddess appears in the form of a crow or many that form a woman’s body but also takes the forms of an eel, a wolf and a cow and is one of the daughters of Ernmas, granddaughter of Nuada. 456 more words
"To Keep My Love Alive" - Deliciously Murderous Song by Rodgers and Hart, from "A Connecticut Yankee"
Several years ago, I read Thomas Mallory’s Le Morte d’Arthur. It was an unintentionally hilarious book. Damosels (that’s how he spells it) show up randomly and either get beheaded (a surprisingly common occurrence – for the woman, anyway) or abducted or seduced or vamp the men or ask for help or offer adventure. 757 more words