Dante Alighieri, Italian poet, writer, theorist, and philosopher, lived between 1265 -1321, had his Beatrice. The woman he adored and idolized in his prose and poetry. She was his inspiration for his book La Vita Nuova concerning courtly love, and of course Beatrice also makes an appearance in Dante’s Divine Comedy.
But we have are own Beatrice, and while not from Italy, she is still from a Romance language nation and we are in love. Just like Dante we feel a need to write some poetry on how she whoos are hearts. However, that is another story.
Our friends over at Rockabilly Romania have it really lucky getting to spend time with this timeless beauty. Of course their website is always filled with inspiring photos. Unfortunately for us we cannot read Romanian and google translate just does not pull it off, but at least we can look at the pictures 🙂
Ok so Here is our poem;
“For the love and life of me I am entranced
From Beatrice’s Beauty my heart has danced,
This timeless beauty from far off Romania,
At least we can see the photos so we can’t complania.”
– By Sad man’s Tongue
Ok, ok I know it is not Dante. But!!!! She is still Beatrice.