Somewhere I heard such an opinion that one of the criteria of a good writer is said to be that he can arouse the desire to write in others.
Somewhere I heard such an opinion that one of the criteria of a good writer is said to be that he can arouse the desire to write in others. In my case, the desire to sing. As a musician, literature inspires me more than music. As I read it, lyrics that want to be set to music will jump at me. This was also the case with Botto's poem Legend Without End. This verse reputation, which reflects the theme of freedom and the hope that everything will turn out well, is considered one of Botto's most impressive compositions.
The hero is a narrator who seeks his Golden Maiden - the freedom that has appeared to him and disappeared, he seeks her in vain, he follows in her footsteps from country to country. When he comes to the seventy-seventh country, then his story ends abruptly and the reputation remains endless. From this verse legend, there are three songs, which I have called Wandering, Searching and Dawn, and they form one coherent musical whole.
We all know ourselves about wandering, searching and dawning in our lives. The last sentence that suddenly ends the narration of the hero of the poem is "... from where the sun rises, from there must come the golden maiden and with her the day of glory, freedom." These words shone in my consciousness psychedelically. "Live by the sun," they told me. As I grope in the depths of my soul, the radiant glow of these words encourages me.