Warrior Poems

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 68 pages
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Warrior Poems is a collection of poems that attempt to capture and express the feelings and emotions of history's most complex people: warriors. It includes vivid poems of brutal warriors who fight for gold and plunder, for ancient gods, for honour in death, or simply for the love of bloodshed. The direct and brutal nature of these poems will fulfill a longing for readers who desire material that is both unique and alive with the adventure of history.

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About the author (2010)

Steven Brunet has been writing stories and poetry since early childhood. Even then his work tended to be too violent for the taste of his mentors. At age nineteen he has perfected this art. He has always been inspired by the warriors of old -especially those who reflect his mixed French, Scandinavian, Métis, German, and Russian, ancestry. When he is not spinning tales of blood and battle, Steven Brunet enjoys ancient arts such as traditional bow-making, archery, axe-throwing, blacksmithing, and making armor. It would be safe to say that Steven Brunet was born at least 1000 years too late and it is apparent in his poetry. Though somewhat of an anti-social, he enjoys writing poems that are at once shocking, emotional, and thought-provoking for the reader.

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