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Tag Archives: Greek Myths
Zeus lusting for the noble nymph Danae Gathered his clouds to screen his desires Called on Hephaistos to stoke up the fires Called for Ares to sharpen his weapons ∼His startling hard-thrusting lightning ∼His ear-cracking thunderous bolt ∼His chariot’s horses … Continue reading
Posted in Mostly Micro, Mythic Fiction, Photos Tagged Greek Myths, rhymes, Sammi's Weekend Writing Prompt 16 Comments
Have You Seen Our Dragon?
Have you seen our dragon? No, not the one George the saintly dragon-slayer slayed. No, this is Jason’s Dragon. For truth it is! No-no-no, not the serpent; the serpent was back in Colchis. No, if you remember, Jason defeated the … Continue reading
Posted in Mostly Micro Tagged Dragons, Greek Myths, Legends, What Pegman Saw 43 Comments