The Hunter and The Elf Queen

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When the land was new and magic flowed freely and elves walked the earth with man, there was an elusive Queen of the Elves and legend said her heart could not be tamed by man. This is the story of the man who tamed that heart, and then let it go wild again.

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Published: May 13, 2011
Words: 1,770
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458060686
About Kender MacGowan

Kender MacGowan, a devout patriot, reluctant romantic, sarcastic cynic and victim of love writes poetry as a cheap alternative to therapy, hoping that somewhere karma will pile up in his favor. He sounds the alarm about the dangers to losing our freedoms to a society slipping into the dead ends of socialism from a compound in Southern California, where he samples copious amounts of single malt scotch and practices the ancient arts of the Curmudgeon.

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Review by: Heather Powers on July 06, 2011 : star star star star star
I had the pleasure of reading Hunter & The Elf Queen by Kender MacGowan and found myself drawn into this stanza about love. It’s more than a poem it’s a feeling. Kender’s writing flows effortlessly and creates a wonderful description of love gained and love lost. It takes a talented wordsmith to appeal to my poetic appetite as poetry was my first writing medium. His words paint a beautiful masterpiece and pulls me right into the Hunter’s search for his love. Poetry has to flow and create a world for me in a few short lines to capture my interest. I would recommend this wonderful painting to anyone who loves to read a story within a poem. It has otherworldly elements that appeal to anyone who has a whimsical nature about their person. I give this piece 5 stars and hope to read more of Kender’s words. Brilliant wordsmith Kender and I am proud to know you even if only online. I imagine we would have quite the conversation in a pub sometime.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Grace Guerra on June 27, 2011 : star star star star
I am not a lover of poetry, mainly because I do not understand what the author is trying to say. Mr. MacGowan’s The Hunter and the Elf Queen is the exception. I thoroughly enjoyed and, best of all, understood this story of love and loss. “And the Hunter eventually, predictably, Fails his Love.” Thank you, Mr. MacGowan for introducing me to poetry.
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