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Uncovering the Mysteries of the Ides of March and Tengu no Kakuremino: Insights into Tragedy, Mythology, and Human Nature.
What have you learned in your life about love? To put it plainly: Love is a wild, untamed thing It flows like rivers, it sings like birds on wing It is the heat of the sun, the pulse of the sea It is the raw and the real, the ecstasy Love is the oyster’s pearl,…
Poem: Rambling Without Destination, or Paradise Lost (Patron Content)￼
I bit into an anchovy. Brine dissolved across my tongue. Salt and sea marrying into the myriad effervescence of it all. The wine settling deep within my belly, then rising, awakening the uninhibited within. I raised my head back and sucked at the sharp edged mother of pearl