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Throwback Thursday: Odysseus, by Norman Lindsay (1925)

Norman Lindsay (1879 – 1969) is considered by many to be one of Australia’s greatest artists. He worked in a bewildering number of mediums and produced a vast amount of work including drawings, etchings, watercolors, oil paintings and sculptures. 72 more words

Writing

Tales of Wickedness and Righteousness: The Tree That Wished to be Free

Dark clouds loomed eerily around the snow-capped mountains; wind was still along the peaks causing the clouds to become thick and omnipresent. Fog spread through the forested valley from the nearby coast, aiding the clouds in hiding earth from the moonlight. 2,897 more words

Wallflower

Dedicated to the one who can’t be named.

In his own twisted way,

He loved me because no one

Can be as close to him as I was. 39 more words

Poetry

I Can't Blame Him

Dedicated to the one who can’t be named.

I now realized that he was too young to cope up with the onslaught of adoration that came his way. 208 more words

Love

Trojan Woman

Strange nudes of another Star
Reading Maupassant for kicks
So distant from the written word
Drowning in sick sunny seas
Onset sunset all day long… 20 more words

Poetry

The Harpies!

As I used the restroom some weeks ago (Feb. 10, 2017) I was in the midst of thinking things over. This voice in my mind (which sounded an awful lot like my friend, Donna!) said, “your mother and sister are harpies!” I thought I even heard her booming laugh. 611 more words

Cleaning Up The Dirty Laundry

Author Note #1: Tales & Ancient Greece

On the topic for the next book, of course they’ll be new realms. I’m thinking about giving one with a feel for Ancient Greece. That’s to focus more on Rowan Pathfinder’s origins and the fauns’ historical relations with the wyverns (ie how did they end up at the Ancient Grasslands realm). 136 more words