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Corcidi Poetry

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Corcidi Poetry is a traditional form of poetry in Oslolan Algic culture. It is the practice of taking short poetic phrases and distilling their essential meaning into a single world. Vekllei, the name of the current Commonwealth of Oceans, is a Corcidi word meaning “people of the sea and stars.”

The practice was first observed in Algic sagas from the 9th Century, though its origins may be rooted in early interactions with Scandinavian settlers.