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Ian Hamilton's "The Visit"

They’ve let me walk with you
As far as this high wall. The placid smiles
Of our new friends, the old incurables,
Pursue us lovingly. 197 more words

Poetry

Medea

By: Euripides

Original Language: Ancient Greek

Status: read

The Oresteia

By: Aeschylus

Original Language: Ancient Greek

Status: read

Hamlet

By: William Shakespeare

Publication Date: 1600 (?)

Copies: 2

Status: read

Richard & Alexander

So…

It is not clever to be clever Dick

It is not smart to be smart Alec

And…

It is not clever to be smart Dick… 38 more words

Poetry

The Potential Sadness of Gifts

One gift waiting,
And another in the bag.
What could be sadder
than a present unopened.
Three times she waited
Holding what he asked for
First, Second ... 58 more words
Surviving Life

Listening to the MUSES

Greek mythology tells of nine muses, the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne: goddesses who inspire with their talents representing aspects of the arts and sciences. 2,086 more words

Muses