Elysian Fields is a mythological place where blessed souls of the dead stay. In the underground land of eternal peace and after death happiness the souls which are devoid of all suffering and desires stroll through the pale meadows surrounded by invisible lira music, poplars and asphodels; flowers which symbolize death, grief, sadness, melancholy, sentimentality, eternity.
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