The Butterfly Book Of Celtic Poems
By Eliseo Mauas Pinto
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Published: May 31, 2012
Words: 5,971 (approximate)
Butteflies have always been associated to the Goddess, Mother Nature,and particularly conceived as Messengers of the Otherworld. While reading the poems collected on this book we experience the same symbolism, enhancing our reading with an enjoyable Celtic voyage. We transport ourselves to the very same places described in them and it is then that we perceive vivid visual and auditory images.
Butteflies have always been associated to the Goddess, Mother Nature, and particularly conceived as Messengers of the Otherworld.
While reading the poems collected on this book we experience the same symbolism, enhancing our reading with a unique personal voyage.
And we can hear the music of harps, of bagpipes, whistles and drums;the cries for freedom, the thundering waves in the sea, the roaring of the mighty boars.
We can even enjoy the bonfires as they light up the sky.Each verse echoes with legends of old, bringing that past into our present. We can almost hear words uttered in the old language.
As we read these poems we can taste the spirit of our Celtic heritage.
And we can feel the passion of a man, a poet, a bard, whose knowledge on the subject is so broad and who helps to keep this glorious past alive.
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