Category Archives: mythology

Love’s Divine O’ Muses Nine

“As for the Muses and music and poetry in general, they seem to have derived their name from their eager desire to investigate and do philosophy.” – Plato Why do the muses remain relevant to a poet philosopher such as … Continue reading

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O’ What Colourful Splendour

My grandmother Gladys Young – God rest her soul – passed away during my childhood. Some days prior to her departure my beady eyes noticed her fingers had turned blue. She said it was due to removing the twigs and … Continue reading

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Blackfoot Becomes Whitefeather

An Aboriginal Story by Jason Youngman Dreamt into existence during the Blood Moon of 2021 In honor of Gaia (Mother Earth) and the preservation of her forest. Blackfoot gazed upon the North Star at night. It gladdened him to know … Continue reading

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To Everything Turn…

“Inconstancy is my very essence; it is the game I never cease to play as I turn my wheel in its ever changing circle, filled with joy as I bring the top to the bottom and the bottom to the … Continue reading

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