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Ode to Mnemosyne

O Mnemosyne,
you were born when ancient Gaia yearned for mourning,
like folds felt on ageless skin, as skin-deep as memory is,
from the Helicos Pass, seizing Megara and Sparta, 368 more words

Poetry

Review: Mnemosyne

Anime: Mnemosyne: Mnemosyne no Musume-tachi / Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne

Studio: Xebec

Episodes: 6

Original Run: Feb 4, 2008 to Jul 7, 2008… 1,172 more words

Anime

Memory, Mother of the Muses

Zeus is still molesting women; in this installment, his target is Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory. From her name we derive words like mnemonic, and the very word memory itself. 783 more words

Mythology

Daily mythology: Donkey-Bridge

Mnemosyne, mother of the Muses, rides for food. Alas! At home a singing and dancing and the father like always in the clouds! Her donkey triples over a small bridge. 132 more words

Daily mythology: Mnemosyne, Mνημοσύνη

She was one of the titans, she was the daughter of Uranus and Gaia, means from mother earth and father sky :-)
Zeus himself fell in love with her – though she was not the only one… 192 more words

VISION (I/S)

Bambú shoots, Ceiba root, a
Broken tooth incites

Crucibles of crows crying Mnemosyne

Rhyming fires with storms

Blooming irises watching midnight mourn for morning

Poem

Religion in Daily Life, Part I: A Broken Caduceus

For the next series of posts on this blog, I want to focus on identities and religious obligations. This is something that I have thought about for the past few years privately, and I have said some things publicly that haven’t really done justice to how complicated this is. 1,906 more words

Poytheism