Princely Singers of Eros
PRINCELY SINGERS OF EROS were aristocratic vigorous young men who composed ballads of love for their enigmatic precious young women. Such poetry ranged emotionally from the agony to the ecstasy felt by the lordly singers and their lady-lovers during their courtship and/or wedlock. The songs they crafted, whether tragic or cathartic, whether wrathful or thankful, were dynamic artistic celebrations of the natural and healthy sexuality of monogamous male-female affinity. These noble men greatly enjoyed lovemaking with their beautiful women, and then creating high literary artworks honouring them. Accordingly, these worthy men and their wonderful women generated children who constituted both renewed dynastic sovereignty and reborn ethnic nobility, quite literally the fruition of their parents’ various intimate passionate unions. This lyrical love-poetry of Germany is comparable to the best of that from Ireland, England, Denmark, France, Hungary, Russia, Persia, Japan, or anywhere else in the World.
- Publication Date
- Jan 1, 2019
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- By (author): Fritz Maes