Matthew Grymm's Poetry
This is a page listing the work of one Matthew Grymm, who bears a distinct resemblence to Grim the Skald in all but his clothing. Perhaps he is a descendant? Who can say?
The works herein are rendered in 14th Century verse styles. Being from Yorkshire, and siezed with the ancient Saxon spirit of the British Isles, he has written a fair bit in the Alliterative Verse forms common to that era.
- On the Elevation of Angus Kerr
- The Rose of Courtesy
- Snowberg at the Bridge
- Concordia's Light
- The Voice of the Queen
- The Virtues of Queen Thyra