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Haggard's Halls ( Part XVIII )
by Paul Berube
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O walls you speak with tongue-in-cheek,
thy ramblings are for naught.
Before my soul grows dead and cold,
you'll feel the wrath I wrought.

Mine kin they weep, ne'er yours to keep,
while light of time grows dim.
It shall be told in print of bold,
tis nothing but a whim.

Thou thinks me weak, a rash critique,
I'll not be played the clown.
Let it be written, I am not smitten,
my best can bring thee down.

This land will bloom, above thy gloom,
in final protocol.
At judgement day you'll have no say,
when He rules Haggard's Halls.



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Reviewed by Helena Quinn
Beautiful work! I love the rhythm and the rhyming patterns.
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
I enjoy your poems of Haggard Halls. The flow is good ,andmessage profound......M
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
Good Morning Paul,
This Poetic express Is Fluid!! Very Very Smooth To The Read.
Its Beautiful how your words spoke!

Reviewed by Leann Marshall
Brings to mind a place torn by battle but as the smoke parts--its very soul remains. Beautiful writing.
Reviewed by Debra Baker
Paul, your pen is captivating, and the work magnificent. Not a flaw in your penmanship. Let me personally say, I think you are a brilliant Poet.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
Yes, the Board has said it! This is flawlessly constructed and so tight. And the energy within it is immense, like a coiled spring. Excellent, Paul. I particularly like those walls speaking tongue-in-cheek... guess they must be whispering into each other's ears! :)) Bless you, Kate xx
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
What a profound write indeed my friend...well done a poem penned with perfection.
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle
This poem is wonderfully written and should be in the textbooks for perfection in rhyme.

Thank you,

Reviewed by Sheila Roy
I love the renegade tone of part 18! Haggard's Halls has had its way for generations and finally someone is ready to stand up and make some changes. I can't wait to see how this series unfolds in future parts. Excellent work and well worth the wait! Love and Hugs~
Reviewed by Pierre Ortega
Very profound and true, I especially like the last verse.

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
Spiritual words of truth for one to ponder over....

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce
AWESOME write, Paul!!! Well-said!!!

Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Sara Coslett
Wow! Truly an excellent poem, Paul. You are a fine writer. I wish I could write like this and the message, of course, spot on and classic. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
This is brilliant,,, Gosh,, wish you wrote more,,,, You are so very talanted,, Much enjoyed.
Love, Christine
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Splendid poem still one of my favorites Paul,a joy to read!
Reviewed by Morning Star
Absolutely beautiful
love your choice of words Excellent tempo
However i wish I had read the other seven parts!
Stunning view of thoughts!!
Peace Love and hugssss...Morning Star

Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
love the rhythm and flow to your work!
Reviewed by jude forese
poem flows effortlessly ...
Reviewed by Kathy Kopp
Paul, I haven't read the first 7 parts yet, but I like this one. Good personification.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Powerful thoughts Paul and perfect rhyme and flow.
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
Beautiful rhythm...beautiful rhyme...beautiful verse.
Reviewed by Paul Berube
Very, very well done Paul. I like your style my friend. Be well and God bless.
Reviewed by Gianetta Ellis
You are a wonderful poet. Your style is superb.
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Wonderful writing sweet man,enjoyed very much..stay safe and well...Hugssssss
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