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Wayward Loches Cynthia Barnes

Wayward Loches

Cynthia Barnes

Published October 1st 2001
ISBN : 9780595197354
Paperback
183 pages
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Dramatic and adventurous poetry and other creative writing. Cultivating compassion and tolerance for monumental themes, the LionHearted does thrive as an adventurer striving to preserve the True Cross of his people- at last to seemingly fade with hisMoreDramatic and adventurous poetry and other creative writing. Cultivating compassion and tolerance for monumental themes, the LionHearted does thrive as an adventurer striving to preserve the True Cross of his people- at last to seemingly fade with his lofty Chateau Gaillard and the waters of the Talmont, the crumbling but steadfast barricades of Loches and its surrounding Champaigns, the LionHearted evokes melancholic force and defiance. The Brazen Nile progresses forward, through adventures of missions faraway, the quetzal bird, gypsy caravans, jaded masks, and anthropology. wayward LOCHES: unctuous serpentine snails, labyrinthine routes of water and of land—aquatic locks: phonetic implications also evoke the physical vitalism manifested by functions innate to Essential magnetic and galactic activities, the precursor of botanical properties and evolving functions. Essential concepts of Aquitaine, Exxlesiastic strides and adventures that Venetian Marco Polo would ultimately reflect, the Metamorphoses (c AD 8- Latin verse by Ovid of the Holy Roman Empire—every rise to enthusiastic and memorial lyricism born through the langue doc of Father Guillaume IX of Aquitaine (1086-1127), Ovidian Sophistry and an outré mer (another ocean) continue to strike Sacred Thoughts about mans challenges, the preserving vein of the Troubadour, the langue doc and chanson de geste effecting lyrical gaiety and dramatic melancholia wrought through diverse religious plights. The recounting of political influence, brilliant architecture, and caravans striding by starlight to Salvation and haunting unknowns, this is the mind that did bear the Magna Charta as well as magnificent revelations of shrines and a cross claimed by opposing forces, Christians of Roland, Charlemagne, and Roman Popes- dichotomously, Saladins Moslems. Learn of Black Forest mysteries, the Sirventes of Richard Coeur-de-Lion wrought through wayward Alpine Wonder, a banner demolished on Muslim grounds.