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Venus and Pollux pinned the navy night

above daybreak in shades of almond.

And the Toyota sign followed

Quality Oil’s line

in the constellation of 24-hours.

Sea Lowder August 2014


Sonnet 129

Di l’un des deux, sans tant me déguiser
Le peu d’amour que ton semblant me porte,
Je ne sçauroy, veu ma peine si forte,
Tant lamenter, ne tant Petrarquiser. 291 more words

Brightest Stars Visible From Chicago: #2


We are reaching the end of our countdown of the brightest stars visible from Chicago. SIRIUS is the brightest star in all the night sky (and the brightest star in the constellation of Canis Major, the greater dog). 217 more words


Mythic Monday: Gemini the Twins

Gemini stems from a Latin root word meaning twins or twinning. The myth surrounding the zodiacal constellation Gemini centers on twin brothers Castor and Pollux. Two men impregnated their mother Leda, the human king of Sparta and Zeus, the king of the gods. 352 more words

Mythic Monday