Sarah Potter Writes
Genre: Dark humor
Word Count: 100
hic iacet sepultus
DOMINIC SEAMUS HEGGARTY
a gardener who loved Nature minus Man.
Born in Islington, June 13th 1836… 96 more words
3 weeks, 6 days ago
Mathematician, astronomer and physicist, Sir Isaac Newton (25 December 1642 to 20 March 1726/7), is buried in Westminster Abbey, London.
The Latin inscription on the base of his monument is translated as: 131 more words
1 month ago
1 month, 1 week ago
‘The sheep eat grass. You eat the sheep. Voila!
You are eating sunshine paused along its route
though living creatures,’ laughs the carrion crow
uneasily. He knows he’s next. 16 more words
2 months ago
After doing enough of this and that we die;
the life on Earth that continues is not ours.
Snows alternate with seasons of bright flowers. 40 more words
2 months, 2 weeks ago
He leans into the wall. That makes me shiver.
Not ‘against’ but ‘into’ – he’s flaunting that he’s a ghost.
I have to convince him I think he’s alive or… 90 more words
3 months, 1 week ago
Greek Anthology 7.26, Antipater of Sidon
“Stranger passing by the humble grave of Anakreon,
If my books were of any use to you,
Pour some wine on my ashes, pour it out in drops… 132 more words
4 months, 4 weeks ago