posted on November 30, 2005 at 2:36 am

people and other beasts
its wodens day
the allfather
one eyed and keeper of the ravens
a woman said hey woden i wanna get with you
he said
i will accept you neither clothed nor naked
i will accept you neither fed nor empty
i will accept you neither in company nor alone
she came dressed in a fishing net, with an onion in her mouth and with a wolf.
i love scandinavian myths, people
check em out
do yerselves a favour
and throw away those gossip rags
throw away those sports mags
wodens wife had a dream that their son, baldur
would die
so she travelled thru the world making every single thing
animal. vegetable. mineral promise to never hurt him
then the gods would amuse themselves by hurling spears and stones
at him watching them turn away at the last minute
loki, the trickster knew however
that the lowly mistletoe had made no such promise
being considered un important and un able to cause harm
loki made an arrow of mistletoe
and persuaded a blind god, hoder to fire it at baldur
he did
and baldur ,who was his brother, died.

sorry bout that
but woden needed a plug

went on triple mmm this morning
loathesome experience
fbi tonite should be good
but what can i say that will not de mystify everything
am i actually just ruining things by saying anything at all
including this blog??
i should just shut up and get on with it
its not all dancing on clouds
i am not impervious

have you checked out my gilt trip cds
ie,,,bought a copy
its lovely stuff to paint or cook to
good for makin love to, lordy lordy
to yer sweetheart or whomever
you can buy em both
and let me tell ya
dec is a good time to do that
trust me
wink wink
some goode will come of it

turned up to mmm
jet were playing
ac dc on the telly
ole sk thinkin to his fine self
man you are in the wrong fuckin place
oh well
here i am
with my trusted confidants
schpilling the beans
you know everything my little crocodiles
access all areas
no remote inkling grazes the perimeter of my mind
than do i not rush to tell you all

sometimes im on a gig
and feeling rather good
i run to look at you
just like a pop star would
but you just stare right back
those dark accusing eyes
they say yer make ups good…….
you dont realize

my friend glenny boy said to give you his regards regardless

any way ive spoilt you all now with all this tripe

and i.ll be rite back tomorrow
same kilbey time
same kilbey channel
im off to see men about dogs
stevie baby
kiss kiss kiss

and please peeple
dont take drugs
send em to me

11 Responses to “wodens day”

  1. avatar
    ET | 30 November 2005 at 3:54 am #

    Knew I was in the wrong place when I turned on the tv this morning and saw some poor confused kid with his own music video stuck somewhere between rapping, headbanging, and auctioning off a ’74 Pinto. I would have been able turn it off quicker if I hadn’t smashed the remote against the TV.

    SK, send you drugs? Who needs drugs when there’s


  2. avatar
    Daberhasher | 30 November 2005 at 4:40 am #

    Skol SK!!!

    not that i have any drugs to send, certainly nothing “top quality”, so sad, but i was tripped up by your impish wordplay a few posts back… you did some intavus with some very straight people… ooh, intavus sounds like it could be good, but why do it with straight people??? then i realized… ‘-_-‘

    always low key,


  3. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 November 2005 at 5:08 am #


    Great night last Thursday in Brisbane. Worth the wait (a) after a few years and (b) after that infernal racket from downstairs.

    In the end the atmosphere and setting was great.

    I read that the woolshed may have been as you expected. Pity about that.

    Looking forward to the new album.



  4. avatar
    eek | 30 November 2005 at 6:27 am #

    Steve sweetie, I doubt you will ever be demystified. If anything, you’re becoming even more mysterious.

    And who can resist such mystery, charm, wit and intelligence?


  5. avatar
    Andreas -Italy | 30 November 2005 at 10:57 am #

    Hey Steve… just bought Gilt Trip 1&2, and Earthed remastered too…
    keep on with this blog, I’m lovin’ it!

  6. avatar
    PAGEY | 30 November 2005 at 12:09 pm #


    Here is a picture of my Guilt Trip CD in the comfort of some other friends. He has really cozied up to Elvishnu. I really love this CD.

    GUILT TRIP LIVING LIFE OF DIVINE GRACEExpand the window if needed…

    I also want to use this space right now to advertise a great new online radio station linked to Violettown is some way or another. This is the third station the first two went broke! Now this one is no talk or bullshit. Socrates Oracle Radio, this week 433 songs that made the last 25 years great.
    the unexamined music alternative is not worth living” -Adapted by G. Page from original quote of Socrates.

    Steve you can listen (we have few Church songs for the very reason you may listen) but you may need to install a new audio player. This is the most advanced codec and just came out into the fold. See Socrates was ahead of his time.

  7. avatar
    RONIN | 30 November 2005 at 2:40 pm #


    Haven’t picked up the Gilt Trip discs yet, but I will soon. Listening to Isidore right now. Good stuff…

    As for my drugs, trust me, you wouldn’t like ’em…

  8. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 November 2005 at 4:07 pm #

    Love your altar!

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    Anonymous | 30 November 2005 at 4:31 pm #

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

    The names Old English (and Old Saxon) Wōden; Old Franconian Wodan; Alemannic Wuodan; German Wotan or Wothan; Lombardic Godan are synonymous with Odin, though they represent regional differences. The worship of Odin lasted longer than in the north and so his mythology became more complex there – accordingly not all the attributes of Odin can be applied to the belief in this god in other regions and times.

    Odin is considered to be the supreme god of late Germanic and Norse mythology. His role, like many of the Norse pantheon, is complex: he is god of both wisdom and war. He is also attributed as being a god of magic, poetry, victory, and the hunt.

    His name is, in Icelandic/Old Norse Óðinn. Although its precise mythological meaning is debated, the name is thought to be related to the word óðr, meaning “fury”.

  10. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 November 2005 at 9:59 pm #

    what can you say that would de mystify everything?

    many have tried.

    & if you say nothing?
    or nothing is what you say

    god’s LITTLE irony i guess

    thanks for doing this Steve

  11. avatar
    captainmission | 1 December 2005 at 4:20 am #

    Steve, come meet the DMT elves next time yr in Avalon

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