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Unusual Harvest

“I’ve come to love the silence,” she thought and immediately felt surprise. When had that happened and how was it even possible?

She, who would give everything in the world for just one more hour of her daughter’s laughter, how could she have come to relish silence? 525 more words

Fiction

Kore: Death & Daffodils

Kore is Demeter’s daughter by her broth Zeus, and I promise not to make any more Star Wars jokes. He transformed himself into a bull, after that worked so well for Poseidon and tricked her the same way. 483 more words

Goddess

Greenbanks - Dorothy Whipple


I finished Greenbanks by Dorothy Whipple earlier this week and realised that, though this is the fourth book I have read by Whipple, I’ve yet to review any of her works on this blog.  1,192 more words

Fiction

In the Dance Studio*


In the Dance Studio
By Angela Belcaster
2014 Merit Award

Sofia, my daughter:
Your blonde hair’s broke free of gravity again,
Lifted by a whirlwind of notes… 130 more words

Poetry

Persephone

There were no shadows in the meadow
Before you
No darkness, no scent of blood and lost souls
I tired fast of roses and sunsets. 91 more words

Poetry

Chris Brown just penned a song to Persephone, Queen of the Underworld. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Greco-Roman mythology, Persephone was.......

one of Zeus’ many illegitimate children, by one of his innumerable baby mothers. Once she filled out, Hades, God of the Underworld and perpetual hater, abducted Persephone. 164 more words

The Bent Ear

Eostar - Persephone Returns!

This is the time of Spring’s return in our Southern Hemisphere. Warmth and growth may be sensed in the land, the flowers can be smelt in the air. 181 more words

PaGaian Cosmology