Orpheus and Eurydice

Orpheus and Eurydice

Orpheus used to spend much of his early years in the idyllic pursuits of music and poetry.

During his youth he had mastered the lyre and his melodious voice garnered him audiences from near and afar.

It was at one such gathering of humans and beasts that his eyes fell on a wood nymph.

The girl was called Eurydice, she was beautiful and shy.

She had been drawn to Orpheus enamored by his voice and such was the spell of beauty in music and appearance that neither could cast their eyes off each other.

Something inexplicable tugged the hearts of the two young people and soon they feltl dearly in love, unable to spend a single moment apart. Soon they found themselves married.


Emil Neide

German 1842-1908

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