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Hephaestus by David W. Landrum

Hephaestus

Forget the forms the poets
have hammered me into,
the shape their molten words
have cast for me,
the soot hexameters,
the pyrrhic twists, 199 more words

Poetry

Each Generation Has Their Own

Took a bus out to Toronto
and walked the town before a show
Red lights flashed to the streetcar bells
Motor traffic parting for the siren swells… 171 more words

Poetry

Poem: Kurukulla

My beautiful lady, Kurukulla,

Dancing through the clouds

From your Himalayan vantage point

You see all the suffering of the world

Ever poised, with your flower-tipped bow… 129 more words

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Avalon: One Week Episode

Monday, May 23 ************

Avalon 4.3 will post in a single week: M, T, W, And Th.

You can get the whole episode without waiting through the weekend for the second half. 135 more words

Fantasy

Science And Religion

Romans 1:22 – Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,

Romans 1:23 – And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things. 1,463 more words

Bible

Leave... probably

Despite my best instincts I’m thinking of voting leave for the upcoming EU referendum. Those who know me might be a bit surprised. After all I’m a left leaning British Indian and aligning myself with Farage and Gove seems a bit odious. 678 more words

Politics