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Babylon has Fallen

“Fallen! Fallen is Babylon the Great, which made all the nations drink the maddening wine of her immorality.” How much of our writing is put forth into the world without any of us knowing how the other will receive it. … Continue reading

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O Darken Mirror on the Wall

“O darken mirror on the wall, who is the most deceitful of them all: a black smoke rose up from Nietzsche’s coffin; an odour that lingers upon the earth abroad. All who breathe it are disillusioned, and claim to be … Continue reading

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What we do in secret sets the rudder

What shall I grow… In my secret garden, No cold can blow… Our love cannot harden. Into the deep… Where One divides in many, We fall asleep… Embodied souls made heavy. To plant the seed… In soil it now must … Continue reading

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An Ode to Orpheus

The life of Orpheus is one that we all must muse upon from time to time. Such magical stories grant us a reprieve from the world of mediocrity and enable our imaginations to soar on high. His music can be … Continue reading

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