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Sonnets From Hush To Hush III (ROUGH FIRST DRAFT)

“Sonnets From Hush To Hush III”
by Ry Hakari

Inkling inclinator, inspiring exasperator — Hello Opera, ain’t it a scaleless matrix
computated to “Know Thyself” through dragon-chasing Opium-like pipe-dreams, 251 more words

Ueno Juri to join Ikuta Toma and Oguri Shun in Ouroboros

Ouroboros is an upcoming police thriller adapted from the famous manga by author Kanzaki Yuya. A while ago, it has been reported that both Ikuta Toma and Oguri Shun will act together for the first time after 8 years since their last drama, HanaKimi (remember this?). 508 more words

Ueno Juri

souls are for lovers

The soul is meant to be irksome. You are meant to scrape your knees. Viewing the consequences as bad or good is merely very unhelpful to the human soul and the conditions and boxes in which we interact with one another.

When Serpents Bite their Tails

The Ouroboros is an ancient, universal, mythological symbol found in virtually all cultures. Among other things, it symbolizes cycles and progressions, like the repeating changes of the seasons. 437 more words

Writing

Leviathan

“The Yosher is a distinctly anthropomorphic form of the Name.

It is encircled by the Leviathan of Vast Face, described as a “snake devouring its tail.” 43 more words

Daniel Feldman

Awkward Photo Timing Perfectly Paired With A Poetry Excerpt By Robert Browning From His Epic "Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau: Savior of Society"

And, as he did not, keep a wary watch
When meditating ‘neath yon willow shade!’
Find out your best man, sure the son of him… 185 more words

Unusual Auroral Display Off The Coast Of The Missouri River

My younger brother and I meditated on some rocks off the coast of the Missouri River today, about 2 miles from where I live.

While meditating, I thought about my favorite William Butler Yeats poem about my ancestor Fergus, titled “Fergus And The Druid”, in which Fergus becomes an immortal druid after he bleeds out in a river while having a conversation with the druid in Fergus’ reflection in the slate-colored river water. 1,069 more words