Poetic homage to the patron saint of Totana, to conclude the celebration of the Eucharist and Novena Saturday December 19 began.
With it, the Holy Foundation wishes, through texts that are recited, put once again shown, the feel, the roots, devotion, fervor, reverence and affection that professes to Totana Martyr Meridan.
Were the first words of appreciation and gratitude to the participants in the poetic tribute, highlighting the effort and enthusiasm with which they have prepared their contributions offering loyalty, which is encouragement and stimulus in faith, spur of hope and fulfillment , our dear and venerated patron.
Similarly, phrases of gratitude to people who had accompanied him on the spot.
Following the presentation, the concert began with the poetic contribution of Maria Dolores Rodriguez, appreciated and loved teacher, author, among others in the poetry anthology, Brisas, published in 2012 and a member of the Espartaria poetic groups and Friends of the Culture neighboring city of Lorca.
The poems recited Maria Dolores part of the baggage equity contributed by the author to Notebooks of La Santa.
The first one is entitled "La Paloma and Espino 'second recited a series of paired admiration Santa Eulalia, concluding with the sonnet" transit ".
Then you could hear the rhythms of Juan Ruiz, a Murcian born in the Santa Eulalia and totanero adoption.
John is a writer with a long history that belongs to the Seed Fund Association and has published a dozen books, taking as many unpublished, that will be edited over the coming year.
It is active in social networks, especially in their particular view of history.
Recited that evening or poetic prose poem entitled "The Holy".
This contribution followed the words of our beloved compatriot Canovas Concepción García, writer of short stories, of which has already published five, and known by the pseudonym Morerica Galan, notebooks contributor Santa with expressive texts inspired Saint Eulalia.
He reads out a part of the narrative that has published this year in Notebooks and entitled, "Travel Story," an overflowing river of faith that runs from the fluidity of his word, the greatness of fervor and hope eulaliense , an emotional allegory about that other flow certainty that is faith.
The first part of the poetry reading concluded with the vibrant contribution of José María Valenzuela, a founding member of the Cultural Groups "Seed Fund" and "Di-Verses" committed participant in various cultural activities at regional and national level, collaborating in magazines , having participated in last year 2014 in various anthologies, among which, "Animals from animal" (animal and solidarity poetry), of the city of Madrid and "43 poets Ayotzinapa" Mexico City.
That night, Maria Jose offered up to Santa Eulalia two poems, which showed, with the depth of his gaze rooting roots of eulaliense tradition in Totana, as well as the fulfillment of a presence of faith that fills with hope the atmosphere of our land and that the author is engraved with intense uncertainty in spirit.
The second part of poetic tribute opened with emotional and fragrant musical notes of a young student in the final year professional degree, in the form of flute at the Conservatory Narciso Yepes of Lorca, Ana Belen Moreno Crespo, which is thanked him for his generous participation.
With the virtuosity that characterizes Ana Bethlehem, he offered three radiant moments, the first one a "Solo Flute" of the work Carmen by Bizet, secondly a "Sonata" of French composer Poulenc, concluding with another piece similar César Frank register.
After this expressive and musical gift, the opportunity to hear the intervention of Isabel Romera Tudela, surrounding, fine sensibility poet and fervent devotee of Santa Eulalia who recited the poem "Under a golden sun", a song of beauty had before greatness of the Martyr, the enormous devotion that revolves around his testimony.
They were his, words full of life, color, vibrant force.
so lyrical moment is closed listening to the song of crying and confidence in Totana rogativa 1903, in which the children of this land to Santa Eulalia asked him to bless our fields with the benefit of water.
A roll of eight-syllable verses composed by Francisco Martínez Aledo in the early twentieth century and topped by a set of coplillas.
A text recited by Maria.
José Valenzuela and Juan Ruiz, brought us to the heart of a people who rely on the always beneficent presence emeritense martyr.
Source: Fundación La Santa. Totana