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Chapter 7

With a deep note that reverberated around the shores of Hernersfjord, and echoed back from the icy hills, the giant horn had been sounded to mark the arrival of the three longships. Seen by lookout as they entered the fjord, sweeping majestically forward through the placid waters, which reflected their image on its glassy surface. Three dragons in a line, the prow-beasts rising together as if sniffing the air of home. A strong steady wind had borne then from Orkney, sure sign of the gods favour. Now they had returned, laden with gold and silver, and yet brighter tales of battle and victory. On the shore could be seen many of their people, rushing forward to the landing stage, eager to hear of their adventures. Old men, their scars long faded, came eagerly to the waterside. Young mothers,with children at their breast, youths tumbling and quarreling as they came. A riot of noise and expectation. For it was always thus, and if fate and the gods had been kind, what man would not wish to celebrate this among his kinsmen? Prince Estein standing in the bow of Sea Snake, turned to Helgi and said, ”A fine welcome home.” Helgi smiled, looked out at the assembled crowd, and said, ”We come in triumph and with gold, what could be better.” Onshore a party of warriors could be seen leaving the main hall, the King and his counsellors. They walked with more dignity than the surrounding crowd, down to the waters edge. The longships dropped sail as they moved nearer the landing stage, like three dragons folding their great wings. Oars were put out from each craft, and with care they manoevered into position on the landing stage. Tying-up one beside the other. Prince Estein was the first onto the landing stage. Stepping from the longship with practised ease. His father King Hakon, came forward to meet him, clasping his son by both arms. A fierce pride visible in his face. ” Estein, you have returned safe home, may the gods be praised.” ”And the men ?” he asked, looking over the crews as they disembarked.” We have lost two longships, the Sea Witch and Storm Spirit. There remain fifty men, five injured, and two who will not see another sunrise.” He looked downwards,feeling the responsibility of command, and the loss of his men. ” But you will see them again in Valhalla” said the King solemnly, ” For it is the way of men that they must die, and when they do is not in our choosing.” He spoke to his son more strongly, ”There was not one warrior who sailed with you who would have refused to go, even had he known it was to be his death-voyage.” Prince Estein looked at his father, and recognised the wisdom in his words. For a moment he looked out across the deep waters of the fjord, then turned back to reply,”It is as you say, father, they died as warriors, and they will be remembered with honour.

 

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Author:Ian Haldon [Haldon, Ian]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Ian Haldon

Published: 2014-11-05T23:00:00+00:00
Chapter 7

With a deep note that reverberated around the shores of Hernersfjord, and echoed back from the icy hills, the giant horn had been sounded to mark the arrival of the three longships. Seen by lookout as they entered the fjord, sweeping majestically forward through the placid waters, which reflected their image on its glassy surface. Three dragons in a line, the prow-beasts rising together as if sniffing the air of home. A strong steady wind had borne then from Orkney, sure sign of the gods favour. Now they had returned, laden with gold and silver, and yet brighter tales of battle and victory. On the shore could be seen many of their people, rushing forward to the landing stage, eager to hear of their adventures. Old men, their scars long faded, came eagerly to the waterside. Young mothers,with children at their breast, youths tumbling and quarreling as they came. A riot of noise and expectation. For it was always thus, and if fate and the gods had been kind, what man would not wish to celebrate this among his kinsmen? Prince Estein standing in the bow of Sea Snake, turned to Helgi and said, ”A fine welcome home.” Helgi smiled, looked out at the assembled crowd, and said, ”We come in triumph and with gold, what could be better.” Onshore a party of warriors could be seen leaving the main hall, the King and his counsellors. They walked with more dignity than the surrounding crowd, down to the waters edge. The longships dropped sail as they moved nearer the landing stage, like three dragons folding their great wings. Oars were put out from each craft, and with care they manoevered into position on the landing stage. Tying-up one beside the other. Prince Estein was the first onto the landing stage. Stepping from the longship with practised ease. His father King Hakon, came forward to meet him, clasping his son by both arms. A fierce pride visible in his face. ” Estein, you have returned safe home, may the gods be praised.” ”And the men ?” he asked, looking over the crews as they disembarked.” We have lost two longships, the Sea Witch and Storm Spirit. There remain fifty men, five injured, and two who will not see another sunrise.” He looked downwards,feeling the responsibility of command, and the loss of his men. ” But you will see them again in Valhalla” said the King solemnly, ” For it is the way of men that they must die, and when they do is not in our choosing.” He spoke to his son more strongly, ”There was not one warrior who sailed with you who would have refused to go, even had he known it was to be his death-voyage.” Prince Estein looked at his father, and recognised the wisdom in his words. For a moment he looked out across the deep waters of the fjord, then turned back to reply,”It is as you say, father, they died as warriors, and they will be remembered with honour.

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