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The Myth of Mithridate

During the first century BCE, Mithridates VI, the King of Pontus combined medical knowledge of antidotes of the time, he brought forth a preventative antidote dubbed mithridate. 390 more words

Medical Research (History)

His Last Supper

Cheryl watched Mark tuck into his food with gusto.
“Not hungry?” he asked, between mouthfuls.
“I’ve put cyanide in yours.”
Mark gaped at his wife, stunned. 83 more words


My Sixth Poem 'Purple'

I wrote this poems more than a year back for the cause of humanism and london University exams. It is in record so I can publish it publicly. 158 more words

The Blackheath Poisonings (1992)

The interconnected ties of two ancient aristocratic families are destroyed when the patriarch of the family dies following a seemingly innocuous bout of food poisoning. 179 more words



Poison is subtle, before it is trouble.

The production of Sarin is the proof of evil.

Easy to make; hard to shake.

The poison sets in the instant we begin to despise each other. 61 more words

Modern Proverbs

Micropoetry #poison

I think: love should not constrict you. It should let you, roam around, free. #badlovestories