Monet-like blossoms fill the landscape in this
place where poets go to die; it’s so spectacular
The view from the Terrace of Infinity, the
azure Tyrrhenian sea and the Amalfi coast
stretch forever. Wagner wrote parts of Parsifal
here, and D.H.Lawrence vacationed here –
it is magical. And hard to leave especially
as the scent of limoncello fills the air,
and the music, ah the music…

Cimbroni Monet flowers


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