1.) "whale's way" a 'kenning' is a roundabout figure of speech, a circumlocution usually constructed of two alliterated words (see rules) in order to provide a disguised meaning while conforming to the poetic form. although used to make sagas such as beowulf more eloquent, it is most seen in riddles where the intent is to disguise the meaning.
kennings take the form of a genitive phrase, eg. hronrade, literally 'whale's riding' (but generally translated as 'whale's road' or alliteratively 'whale's way'), meaning the sea. in anglo-saxon, most kennings are simple in form however complex kennings sometimes occur, when a new kenning is built on another kenning which is usually well known.
2.) "the swan road" continues in the spirit of " autumn aurora " with the band’s trademark slavonic pagan metal sound, which embraces epic folk-influenced melodies and creates cinematic and luxuriant atmospheres charged with melancholy. lyrically drudkh’s creative figurehead roman saenko draws heavily from the poem "the haidamakas" of taras shevchenko (1814-1861), a humanist, painter and the founding father of ukrainian literature.
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