He was humorous, serious, a disciplinarian, tender and
loving and had no patience for pretentions. He quicky became an enfant terrible
in the Faroese world of literature. He allowed himself to question everything
which soundlessly had been accepted as the ultimate truth. He was disgusted by
all kinds of pretentions and often shook the pretty covers. He highlighted what
was rotten in society but he also wrote the most beautiful of love poems and
Between Heaven and Earth, The Ballad of Life and Writing
Powerful Runes are all included in the book.