About Flying 6 by Alexandra Psaropoulou
“Golden Cords connecting us,
Golden Cords uniting us,
Like the sacred heartflame,
Like the sacred soulflame,
FLYING 6, a visual poem, from “The Flying series”, is a very powerful, leading edge poem with very lucid, intense graphics, using human and divine powers to transform darkness into Light. “Turning the dark into Light, Turning the unhealthy into healthy.” The poetess/artist continues to seek and attain higher vibrations simultaneously acknowledging and asking for divine help in diffusing unwanted, dark energy into bright, beautiful energy. She has great faith in the sacred, human heart and the sacred, human soul and believes all humans can be connected to each other and to higher, divine entities with golden energy. “Expecting Magic, Expecting Blessings, Expecting Flying”. Alexandra’s visual poem and graphics take the reader on a superb inner flight. Graphic poetry, innovative, inspirational, like you have never seen before in a dynamic, leading edge, visionary series: THE FLYING SERIES, is the poetry of the future, making it accessible and appealing to a wide audience of all spectrums.
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Alexandra Psaropoulou was born on the 12th August 1966 in Athens, Greece in the year of the horse of fire. At the age of 16, she went to England to continue her studies at St.Mary’s in Wiltshire and Anglia Ruskin in Cambridge. She lived in Paris and New York, before returning to Greece to settle. Her father was a renowned poet and author and had a successful publishing company in Greece. Her mother was a ballet dancer, critic, and teacher as well as president of the Dance Union in Greece. Her family social circles, ever since a little girl, were rich with artists, writers, and academics. She lives with her husband, a classical guitar soloist, and four children outside of Athens by the sea and publishes her own poetry on Amazon. After a house fire destroyed all her artwork she creates solely graphic designs to accompany her long poems, which are saved online. Each of Alexandra’s books is a symphony composed of a long poem accompanied by graphic illustrations that convey “The Flying”.