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Lost In Translation

Spring                                                             Waning Bloodroot Moon Just wanted to post a notice here that I have several verses of Ovid’s Metamorphosis translated, about a fourth of his version of Diana and Actaeon, the subject of one of Titian’s paintings at the MIA’s … Continue reading

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Deeper Into The Text

Winter                                                                 Waning Moon of the Cold Month We woke up to a new snow, sparkly and still coming down like flour from a flour sifter, gentle but persistent.  These kind of snows freshen up the scenery, cover up the dirty … Continue reading

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