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Good Friday Original: The Life of Christ in Verse (A Sistine Chapel sketch)

On this Good Friday, I thought I’d take this moment to share with you a new dramatic sketch I wrote. Actually, it’s more of a rhythmic poem in a sense, based on some paintings in the Sistine Chapel. 813 more words

Indie Author

Woe to Man

Etymology
The term derives from the Latin: hermaphroditus, from Ancient Greek: ἑρμαφρόδιτος hermaphroditos,[5] which derives from Hermaphroditos ( Ἑρμαϕρόδιτος), the son of Hermes and Aphrodite in Greek mythology.

Woe to Man.

Etymology[edit]

The term derives from the Latin: hermaphroditus, from Ancient Greek: ἑρμαφρόδιτος hermaphroditos,[5] which derives from Hermaphroditos ( Ἑρμαϕρόδιτος), the son of  6 more words

All Roads Lead to Rome

Well it’s official. I’m in love with Rome! We left Friday morning and dropped our bags at the hotel before going to meet our adorable tour guide Sonya. 613 more words

Global Semesters

Michaelangelo (after the Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock)

And then there are the times when I read Prufrock far too many times.  This is still in flux, and I may come back and edit it again here or elsewhere.   748 more words

The Vatican Museums

While the history of the relic that I call the Holy Diamond begins in Jerusalem, the novel The Holy Diamond begins in the Vatican Museums – an enormously rich collection of paintings, sculptures, furnishings, monastic books, and liturgical items spanning the entire history of the Catholic Church.  746 more words

Wednesday, April 9

We are getting so close to finishing state assessments!  One more day!  Tomorrow the students will wrap up the last part of the state assessments!  Today they worked hard through all of the computer errors to finally finish this afternoon.   98 more words