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Dear Diary :)

My cousin has tried and failed on multiple occasions to present her husband’s cousin as a viable dating option. In truth, I do find him intriguing but not in the way one would a romantic conquest but he seems like a person to know. 469 more words


A Poem Of Unequinox

Young women. Old men should know better.
But at least one god made a fool of himself in this way too.
Or rather makes. Over & over. 292 more words


Day Seven of the 13 Days of Christmas • #Freebies

Santa, baby, bring me e-books! Three new delectable offerings to read, absolutely free.

Yum! ~ S.G. Rogers

The Reluctant Bridegroom ( Aurora Regency)

The young and handsome Earl of Wenham has no intention of marrying soon, but fate thrusts him into the arms of Miranda Lavenham, who despises him. 632 more words

Persephone in the Underworld

Solstice Time

It’s that time of year again when the long dark cold nights keep us indoors and away from the thing we seek most, the light. 375 more words


Deal with the Ferryman

I’ve run this route enough times now to know where the pavement is smooth and where they only laid sharp small stone and a thin layer of tar to hold it together, where the river crossings are, and where I run alongside the rivers. 1,087 more words


……….Stupid Whore.
………………..Foolish Girl.

How many times will you allow your Hades to rapture you?
……….Ravage you?
……………….Rape you?

How many times before you say enough? 22 more words

new myths of Persephone and Demeter

My poem, “Demeter Sails the Stars”, is now available online at Ideomancer!

The story of Persephone’s descent into the underworld is one of the world’s most enduring myths. 110 more words