Poetry.The poetry of Jerome Brooke has been extensively reviewed. REVIEWS have said:...poems that create images of the cycle of history. The world of the paleolithic, the age of knights and castles, and the End Times. The world will begin anew, and all will return, endlessly. The poems of Jerome Brooke have been described as: Savage and barbarous ... intricate and complex ... horrific. ...talent, interest, and clarity of diction (Joseph Hart. -- Isles of Myst Review) ...the poems remind me of ancient primeval legends ... . The imagery is active and personified (Joseph G Phillips.
-- New Mirage Quarterly)...A terse series of quatrains which evoke the cold and dark realms ... of the Ice Age. (Carol Hamilton, New Mirage Quarterly). His work is: A timeless tradition of honor, bravery, and romance. ... tales of mediaeval warfare ... spell-binding. Charming and seductive ... . (Lorraine Tolliver, New Mirage Quarterly). The work of the poet has images of: Battle, victories, defiance, perseverance ring melodiously throughout the pages ... . The victor within us all prevails.
(Paul Truttman, Western Archipelago). The poems are: Primitive, barbaric, spare, austere, but eloquent ... frightening. The images .. are savage. The poems are exciting and moody. (Joseph Hart, Isles of Myst Review).