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We buy pomegranates

I’m five
We go to a street market
And buy pomegranates

Just days earlier
I threw up
from eating tomatoes

Throw a gold and purple coat… 140 more words

Poem

The Summer Job

The problem with working at the white elephant is that you never really know what’s going to come through the door. When that white elephant is on the seashore at the convergence of two ley lines, it gets worse. 659 more words

Fiction

By Lake Cyane: 12

From such heights the wheat fields look like wrought gold. The flood of souls following Demeter’s anger has slowed now to its habitual trickle. With her anger she threatened to end the mortal race. 1,123 more words

Mythology

Loved By Death; Chapter 4

“I was thinking that tomorrow you could come with me as I perform my duties,” Demeter told her daughter with a smile as they had sat down for dinner. 1,698 more words

FanFiction

Charon and the Underworld

It is I who carries them. The diseased, the comatose, the broken and the crippled. The murdered, the accidents, the suicides. I carry them all.  My task is to bring them to the shores of the Underworld.  1,149 more words

Daily Prompt

Persephone

I’m so tough! Yay! I’m a bad bitch. Yep, that’s me . . . Now, where did Kanye West get to, I heard something about . 417 more words

Persephone