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Sisyphus Had His Rock, I Have My Leaves

One or two little leaves, with a dusting of frost – so pretty.

Just the rakings from my front porch steps and short path to drive – not so much pretty, more pain in the bum. 401 more words

HOUSE & GARDEN

Sisyphus : Take Me

Sisyphus is rare; one of the many somewhat underground artists with the genre of trip-hop. Sisyphus’ first full-length album, Sisyphus, was released earlier this year in early March. 217 more words

Alternative

I, Sisyphus

Monsieur Curtis Des Marais wrote “I, Sisyphus” based on the Greek myth as the “perfect allegory to my love life”. For those of you who don’t know, Sisyphusis an Ancient Greek king who was deceived by the gods. 256 more words

Everything Else

Sigurd 11/11/14 - All the Flowers

All The Flowers

Tuesday 11 November 2014 Armistice Day

Sig,

Here we are again, sitting through this thing that used to be called Armistice Day. On the eleventh hour of this day in nineteen- hundred and eighteen, the grotesque slaughter of humans in Europe halted. 440 more words

Sig

Sisyphus Never Rests: When the Higgs is not the Higgs

Science, as an anthropomorphized entity, cannot stop searching. If science found what it was looking for, well then, science would be able to rest.  Put another way, were science to arrive at the destination of knowledge — knowing how things work and why things are the way they are — science would come to an end. 687 more words

Science

Clean Laundry

Well, it was clean before Suzie jumped into the basket with the bedding that I just took from the laundry.

Doing laundry is one of my least favorite regular household tasks. 95 more words

Dogs

Sisyphus College

I told her I went to
Sisyphus College.
She asked me if I
graduated.
“Sweetheart, nobody
graduates
from Sisyphus College.”
She asked me
“Then what’s the point?” 23 more words