Matthew Grymm's Poetry

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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 descendant?  Who can say?
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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.
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.
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*[[Konrad II and Brenwen II#The Rose of Courtesy|The Rose of Courtesy]]
*[[Konrad II and Brenwen II#The Rose of Courtesy|The Rose of Courtesy]]
*[[Snowberg at the Bridge]]
*[[Snowberg at the Bridge]]
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*[[Concordia's Light]]
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[[Category:Poems and Songs]]

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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.

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