|Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
|Viking ways of a surly lot
you captured it in your poem
*George* and enjoyed it much
|Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
|I'm from Newfoundland...and the Vikings have a deeply rooted history on my beautiful island in the North Atlantic...there's a place called L'anse aux Meadows...that's been preserved as a heritage site...it's where the Vikings landed centuries ago...Nicely done, Budd...
|Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd
|A strange poem, Budd, with a witty ending. I, for one, wouldn't like to live in those times. Too many pregnacies and no antibiotics and anaesthetics for a start. Cheers|
|Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER
|Emerald, the green of her eyes and emerald isle, a brute tale of love and life, now and then, a most gifted rendition, I enjoyed it much, this could become a book, Budd, or even a movie, bless ya!|
|Reviewed by Odin Roark
|Succinct tale of a mythology/reality we seldom get a chance to read about. Throughout, the edges of each phrase were honed sharp, cutting your story clean and memorable. Well done.|
|Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
To love and romance of a green eyed lady.
A harrowing lot the Viking's to striking images.
Well written Budd.
Lady Mary Ann
|Reviewed by Adriaen Valerius (Reader)
|Your Lady inspires you to a great variety of beautiful poetry.
This time a rough viking story.
But always with a touch of love and romance
and she always finds herself back in it with her green eyes
Very well done Budd
|Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
|Oh, hell ya!
|Reviewed by Laura Fall
|Truly a fantastic write as always Laura|
|Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki
|You are quite the well-rounded writer. You are also romantically inclined and easily cover your audience in the right moods. You are gifted with talent, Budd. I throughly enjoyed reading the daring romantic work..Keep your pen flowing with its magic ink...
|Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley
|What a lovely tale from the days of yore
So far back visions that were seen and
experienced. Vikings were a rowdy lot
during that time, pillaging and taking
what they will. They were explorers,
merchants, pirates, and traders...
They have been romanticized in Old Norse tales...
this one I like very much and the parting word "Goornott"
which means literally "go not".
He captured himself a lovely bride :)
Love and Light