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Ouroboros symbolism in a trivet

The noun ouroboros (aka uroboros) is derived from the Greek words ouro (tail) and boros (eating); it describes a snake or dragon devouring its own tail. 304 more words

Antique Trivet

Trout Fisting In America #43 - Consumerism

And even your brand new luxury dream car eventually just becomes the thing that you drive around the parking lot in circles, ever-dwindling & numb as you—in your desire to consume, to be the consumer—become the consumed, one more ouroboros in the outer boroughs. 61 more words

Blog

Sleep rx

I had my first good night’s sleep in a long time last night. That doesn’t sound like much of an accomplishment, but it is. I was so tired and so worn out, that it devolved into an Ouroboros of insomnia where my mind was going too fast and my heart raced too much that the thing I wanted most eluded me in a vicious cycle. 595 more words

Personal

Ouroboros.

I am the sea,

Teeming with life and yet so quiet,

So still inside,

I envelop everything,

Yet rarely does anything,

Break my surface from beneath, 48 more words

African Art

Ouroboros Monologue

I am the dragon.

I am a creature of an ancient origin.

I am beautiful and wicked.

I am to be feared.

However, I also fear, 235 more words

Writing

The Water Stain

– So, what do you do?

– I fuck – I answered, looking at the little table beside the bed. We were in silence for some minutes while I was lost in thoughts, looking at a water stain left in the wood by a glass that was put over there. 609 more words

Existentialism

Julian Borrego - Ouroboros [EP]

So here’s a good fun EP you need to clasp your ears around from Los Angeles based multi-instrumentalist Julian Borrego. It’s called ‘Ouroboros’, which if you didn’t know, is the name of the ancient symbol depicting a serpent eating its own tail. 57 more words

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