Poetic Series: The Poetic Story of Princess Taína & Prince Connell’s Wild Atlantic Love | stories of a beautiful haunting… surreal

Poetic Series… The Poetic Story of Princess Taína & Prince Connell’s Wild Atlantic Love

Prince Connell’s Grave, County Leitrim, Ireland
Luis @ Prince Connell’s Grave

The next poetic series is titled The Poetic Story of Princess Taína & Prince Connell’s Wild Atlantic Love. Like the Book of Spells, this series of poems will also be featured in stories of a beautiful haunting… surreal. Our main characters –Áxel & Amaia– visit Prince Connell’s Grave in County Leitrim, Ireland. After visiting this ancient site, Áxel composes the poetic series. It attempts the fusion of two Atlantic islands’ ancient past as he merges the story of Taína –Áxel’s fictional Caribbean, Puerto Rican, native princess– and the fictional story he creates for ancient Ireland’s Prince Connell. The Poetic Story of Princess Taína & Prince Connell’s Wild Atlantic Love continues our couple’s otherworldly adventures –in the United States, Ireland & England– into the realm of the fantastical, magical, supernatural, paranormal & transcendental.

As I re-share these English-language poems with you, I will also publish the new, Spanish-language counterpart to The Poetic Story of Princess Taína & Prince Connell’s Wild Atlantic Love.  The Spanish-language counterpart is titled: La Historia Poética del Amor Feroz y Atlántico de La Princesa Taína y el Príncipe Connell.


The Poetic Story of Princess Taína & Prince Connell’s Wild Atlantic Love will be featured in my novel stories of a beautiful haunting… surreal in April of 2021–


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