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Changing Stories: Ovid's Metamorphoses on canvas, 5 - Phaëthon, the Heliades, Cycnus

The myth of Phaëthon is one of the longest stories in Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Cunningly, it is introduced in the last lines of Book 1, but told in full at the start of Book 2. 1,496 more words


King Crow-5 minute writing exercise

I fell in love with this fabulous dreamy painting by Cornish artist Jo March and got very excited when the postman brought the print I’d ordered today. 128 more words


A Poetic Moment - A Short Play


Echo, the nymph

Narcissus, the youth

Chorus: [Enter chorus]

Under a shady tree a rest she took,

When she glimpsed his face her heart greatly shook, 441 more words


The Myth of Sisyphus: The Absurd Hero that Embraces the Void

I have been thinking a lot about the Void. Often throughout the day I find myself staring into it, seeking and scanning for meaning. Nietzsche calls this the Abyss. 1,516 more words

15 home insurance myths you should stop believing now

(Source: www.moneysense.ca)

Home insurance can be a tricky topic, and if you’re not reading the fine print, you could be relying on inaccurate myths to inform your coverage decisions. 1,202 more words

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My Strange Dream - The Dark Carnival

I just had a somewhat baffling and disquieting dream. It wasn’t quite nightmare caliber but it certainly wasn’t heavenly.

Over the years dreams have become increasingly meaningful to me. 744 more words