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In Your Dreams Flat Boy!

That Flat Boy thinks HER and Aunt Tere’s vacation is all about him…he smuggled himself into HER carry-on and now he thinks that even the airline is about him… 9 more words

Dante's Inferno, Canto 13: Pier delle Vigne




Loyal to this man:

Holy Roman Emperor;

Disloyal to God


NOTE: Pier delle Vigne blames Envy for his committing suicide. 46 more words


Dante's Inferno, Canto 13: EXILE


Failure, loss, exile

Time to commit suicide?

Dante must say no


NOTE: After his political party loses power, Dante will go into exile and he will be tempted to commit suicide, like Pier delle Vigne did. 55 more words


Hey Grandma: Flat Boy is waiting for his ride!

Hey Dante’s Grandma: Your Flat Boy version of your Little Guy is here…I’m waiting for my ride…Dante says he gets a ride whenever he’s a good boy….I’ve been very very good! 44 more words

Book Review: Divine Comedy

The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, translated by John Ciardi

Rating 4/5 stars

Pages: 894

Published: Sometime between 1308-1320

Genre: Classic, religious, fiction

Favorite Quote: “The more a thing is perfect, the more it feels pleasure and pain” AND “The devil is not as black as he is painted” 139 more words

Book Review

Dante's Inferno, Canto 13: grubby shrubs

Engraver: Auguste Doré


Wood of grubby shrubs

Each contains a suicide

Break a branch, blood flows


NOTE: The shrubs found here contain the souls of the suicides. 57 more words


Lady Lilith

Lady Lilith is an oil painting by Dante Gabriel Rossetti originally painted in 1866 using his mistress, Fanny Cornforth, as a model. At the insistence of shipping magnate Frederick Richards Leyland, Lady Lilith was partly repainted in 1868 using the face of Alexa Wilding. 246 more words