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Leaving Alexandria

I could not stay in Alexandria the brilliant blue sea, the cloudless sky the perfect yellow shore all lovely; bathed in light. Standing there, day dreaming of Antony lost was he between her limbs High Priestess of Isis intoxicated Roman. … Continue reading

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The Ides of March and Moral Dilemma – A Re-Post

  Well happy Ides of March! It was on  Ides (or 15th) of March, 44  B.C. that Julius Caesar was assassinated in the Forum. The day has lived in infamy, as they say, ever since, fascinating scholars, historians and moralists. Was … Continue reading

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Lies

Emperors and Kings Princes and Serenities Commissars and Presidents   Chairmen and Potentiaries all lie for it in their nature; Each year I celebrate Westie’s  great victory at Tet marvel that Iraq took only a few weeks ‘til mission was … Continue reading

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Luna

Tutmoses gazing ‘cross the Nile saw your image on the water Cleopatra held Antony’s hand and kissed it by your light Nero plucked his lyre while you shined on burning Rome Did Mehmet look upon your face atop the walls of Byzantium? … Continue reading

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Leaving Alexandria

by toritto I could not stay in Alexandria the brilliant blue sea, the cloudless sky the perfect yellow shore all lovely; bathed in light. Standing there day dreaming of Antony lost was he between her limbs High Priestess of Isis … Continue reading

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Diana Laughed

by toritto The Huntress has seen everything shined on all who ever lived. Apollo too of course by day but since Diana rules the dark she knows full well what night conceals. She watches as we park the car to … Continue reading

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The Ides of March and Moral dilemma

Well happy Ides of March! It was on this day, the Ides (or 15th) of March that Julius Caesar was assassinated in the Forum. The day has lived in infamy, as they say, ever since, fascinating scholars, historians and moralists. … Continue reading

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