The Forge Of Vikings – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Fjord – Word of the Day





The Forge Of Vikings

There was a time,
long before we breathed in this place,
when the sea had cleft our mountains,
and before long, we rested there,
our souls forged of its very nature.
Then the sea and the oak formed a pact,
and the long boat came to be,
together we made our way across the seas.
At home we were blacksmiths, farmers, woodsmen,
but on foreign shores we were beserkers,
fearless, bringers of terror and death
as we plundered our way into history,
all the while the fjords a fire in our souls.

©Paul Vincent Cannon




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27 responses to “The Forge Of Vikings – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. I have Viking ancestors, perhaps that explains me a bit!☺️

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  2. Well written Paul, I love the photo as well! ❤ I love admiring God's strength, love, GREATNESS, artistry and so much more in His creations!

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  3. I love all your work! Great!!

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  4. Wonderful tribute Paul!

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  5. lync56

    Wow great poem


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  6. realistic picture but again we hold them as heroes ??

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  7. Love this,more so I felt relevant since I just now completed watching Vikings TV series.Thank you Rev.Paul

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  8. I think your work is just getting better and better every day, Paul.

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  9. Genesis our Evolution

    Reblogged this on Genesis our Evolution.

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