Aeron Damphair

Aeron Damphair
Uptight and square,
The Priest of the Drowned God,
Almost died and came back odd.
He loves to drown followers,
To make them water swallowers,
And then bring them back,
From total oxygen lack.
That he thinks this is magic is quite bizarre,
For we in the real world, too, have CPR.
I hope he is killed soon,
By Euron or some goon,
But I bet it won’t work against this guy,
Because, sadly, what is dead may never die,
But rises again harder and refrigerator.       

By OnionAhaiReborn  

Prayers

Who do you pray to,
when waves threaten to devour,
what is dead may never die!
The Drowned God counts your hours.

Who do you pray to,
when fires rage and scream,
the night is dark and full of terrors
R’hllor comes in flames not dreams.

Who do you pray to,
for wisdom, strength, protection,
seven gods that are as one,
all demand your affection.

Who do you pray to,
when there’s no words to say,
no relic to worship, no sacrifices to make,
the trees listen when you pray.

who do you pray to?
because if you look on,
They are all the same,
parts of the many faced One.         

By Winter’s Lady

One for religious fundamentalists

"The night is dark and full of terrors,"
and the King’s blood has its powers -
Red Priests sure don’t make any errors
when they watch under the flames’ covers.

"What is dead may never die,
but rises again, harder and stronger!”
When one more wakes with quick breathing sigh
we know the culture will live longer.

"The one true god has seven faces"
preaches the septon with crystals in hand.
Clad in satin and myrish laces,
there is noone as wealthy in land.

The Old gods have no myrish laces,
not fires, not drownings, not nice-sounding words.
They answer if you speak to their carved faces -
to them kneel all the Northern lords.         

By Buckwheat

Drowned God, Lord of boats,
Watch o’er the men who raid the coasts.
Protect them with raging seas
And give them fair winds and plunder and maidens thee.
Grant them from thy great Seastone Chair
The wisdom to listen to thine own servant the Damphair.

By Howling4Reed

Game of Thrones Season 2 - Religions of Westeros
The Drowned God of the Iron Islands

The Drowned God of the Iron Islands

What is dead may never die…

What is dead may never die…

The Drowned God

Drowned God, Lord of boats,
Watch o’er the men who raid the coasts.
Protect them with raging seas
And give them fair winds and plunder and maidens thee.
Grant them from thy great Seastone Chair
The wisdom to listen to thine own servant the Damphair.

by Howling4Reed

The Ironmen - Drowning for you

I must admit, I can’t explain
This devotion going through my brain
But it’s true, oh God I’m drowning for you!

There’s something wrong
With other faiths
The rest of Westeros ain’t got a clue
Oh God, I’m drowning for you!

“What is dead
Can never die”
One day you all will be converted too
Oh God, I’ll drown them for you!

Wattery halls, holy spot
That’s where rest the ones who fought!
They knew
That, God, they all drowned for you!

by Little Miss Sunshine