Saga is the Norse Goddess of Poetry and History. She is one of Frigg‘s handmaidens, and possibly a daughter of Odin. She lives in a hall called Sokkvabekk, which means “sunken benches,” next to a flowing stream. She drinks daily with Odin from golden goblets. Saga’s name means “seeress,” and has come to mean any great telling of history.
The Garden of Idun by Erulian. In Norse mythology, Idun "She who Renews"(also Iduna, Idunn, Ithun, or Idunnor) was the goddess of youth and fertility. She was the custodian of golden apples which allowed the Aesir gods to maintain their youthfulness, and was the only god allowed to gather them. Iduna was the wife of Bragi, god of poetry, and originally a member of the Vanir. She departed the fields and forests of Vanaheim to live with him in Asgard, where she had her western garden.