“Is this the face that launched a thousand ships?” she repeats
In her sleep, again. Watching herself draped in the finest silks,
Her flawless flesh adorned with diamonds and rubies and sapphires. 154 more words
Hey 3.5 readers.
So, how the heck I find myself writing this story?
It all happened really fast.
Tuesday, I was perusing some books when I came across a novel set during the time of Ancient Greece about Helen of Troy falling in love with a warrior. 684 more words
“Will you look at this?” Odysseus said as he walked towards the royal family. “The most powerful people in Sparta all lined up to greet me and….ughhh!” 752 more words
The sound of a blaring ram’s horn tore across Sparta before it finally made its way to the king’s ears.
“What?” the king asked.
Leda stirred. 1,919 more words
Tyndarecus, King of Sparta, sat sullenly upon his throne, ensconced in a crippling bout of depression so severe that even his three most ample slave girls were unable to break him out of it. 1,011 more words
There has never been, nor will there ever be, a woman as beautiful as Helen.
I’m totally serious, you guys. One look at that foxy mama and it was all Boner City: Population You. 623 more words