Marian Constantin Ghilea is a physicist (PhD. from University of Rochester) with research work in the fields of nuclear fusion, computational physics, particle physics, and exoplanets. Besides science and literature, he is also actively involved in martial arts, music, and the study of cultures and languages from around the world.
This book is not a simple collection of random poems. Instead, it is an invitation to a journey, a journey that attempts to enclose the spirit of a full year into one hundred and eight haiku spread over as many pages.
Once upon a time, I dreamed I was a butterfly...
A navy officer with a keen interest in science, sailing the seas of the 18th century.
A beautiful woman, living on a mysterious realm not found on any map.
An invisible bridge through space-time connecting the two of the above and distorting reality and causality.
A human transforming into a butterfly. A butterfly becoming human. Love and mystery.