19th and 20th century Germans feared no one more than the Scots-the bagpipes and drums were disturbing in their ? loudness, and add to that the visual spectacle, the fearlessness of rank after rank of men wearing skirts. The Romans also feared the Scott’s in part because of their music. –The World in Six Songs… viaContinue reading “Prompt #1929 Fearsome Scots — The Writing Reader”
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“A true soul mate is a mirror, the person who shows you everything that is holding you back, the person who brings you to your own attention so you can change your life.” -Elizabeth Gilbert I used to believe that I was a man who had been blessed with…
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I drank a glass full of light It was cold, bitter even There was something in it So unforgiving A lingering aftertaste Of truth, I suppose Harsh Seared my throat as I swallowed It burned But the enlightenment left me awake And weak Limbs trembling in realisation Sudden and bleak, That I’d been altered permanently […]Continue reading “Libre — Calliope’s Lyre”