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Channeling Botticelli

Simonetta Cantaneo de Candia Vespucci- (1453 – 1476) The face of the Italian Renaissance . La bella Simonetta looking to the distant not at me at the London National Gallery Born in that stern Ligurian region up above the sea … Continue reading

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Second Choice

You came looking for me, your second choice long kept on a shelf in the back of your closet with unread books and a college text the throwaways of your younger self; an unwanted toy which never gave voice to the hurt … Continue reading

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Loving Adonis

Galeazzo was late He was always late leaving her sitting at a bar or coffee shop waiting. She vowed she would wait just twenty minutes no longer would she feel foolish and desperate. Galeazzo the Adonis; how she prayed to … Continue reading

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Channeling Botticelli

  Simonetta Cattaneo de Candia Vespucci  (1453 – 26 April 1476) The face of the Italian Renaissance . La bella Simonetta looking to the distant not at me at the London National Gallery. . Born in that stern Ligurian region … Continue reading

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The Queen’s Favorite

“Your Majesty!  Your Majesty!” Elizabeth awoke from her slumber to hear her Lady in Waiting knocking at the door to her bed chamber. “A messenger from Cumnor Place with urgent news” Elizabeth immediately knew  the subject of the news.  She knew … Continue reading

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