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The Rich Man and Lazarus

“There was a rich man who was clothed in purple and fine linen and who feasted sumptuously every day. And at his gate was laid a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, who desired to be fed with what fell from the rich man’s table. 1,064 more words



Quanto sono stucchevoli i ritratti di scrittori che si toccano in viso con somma innaturalezza, come sorpresi nella loro delicata intimità?

E voi che ne pensate? 19 more words


[A Cold Winter] Dinner With Hades

Ceremon let his grip on her wrist slid a dark smile “Go tend to our prisoners, let’s see if they bite first” he thought for a moment “Perhaps a less violent approach will help loosen their defiance” 1,976 more words


"Free Will" Acceptance.

One thing I love about Hades (how Hades is with myself) in teaching, when I had a dream that seemed so intensely realistic, I would look to Hades for guidance toward this dream that I had back then. 419 more words


Duchies of Hell: Andreaphus

The first thing to remember is that the attention of the Beautiful Prince tends to bring on an all-consuming passion. The second is that his dukes and duchesses are his favorites. 776 more words

In Nomine

Hades' Wisdom and Hades' Knowledge Of The Past

I learn a lot from Hades, something that Hades told me, this morning, one-on-one, that once, in the past, when a woman menstruates, it’s a time for celebration, where everything stops and the celebrating begins for herself. 173 more words


February 3rd, Year of the Corpse

May your sister die, and take her husband with her. I will die, if you do not come back to me. I think you are dead on the inside, without my love. 184 more words