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Posted: July  3, 2008


Taken: July  3, 2008

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"So she spoke, but I answered her : `Kirke, how can you ask me to show you gentleness? In this very house you have turned my comrades into swine, and now that you have me also here you ask me in your treacherousness to enter your room and lie with you, only that when I lie naked you may rob me of courage and of manhood. Never, goddess, could I bring myself to lie with you unless you consented first to swear a great oath to plot no mischief to me henceforward.’"

-Homer, Odyssey 10. 135 - 12. 156 (trans. Shewring) (Greek epic C8th B.C.)

My Awake Gottica (m.a.g), , Juan E. have particularly liked this photo


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 Juan E.
Juan E. club
Superbe!!
14 years ago.
Shi* club
has replied to Juan E. club
Thanks!
14 years ago.
 Shi*
Shi* club
Obrigado, Paula!
14 years ago.
 Christel Ehretsmann
Christel Ehretsmann club
trying to find a corelation between the legend and the flower : how could that so dainty and fragile flower be so mischievious...maybe in the somewhat reddish weapons ? or in its very fragile ... appearance ...thanks for having given us the story
14 years ago.
Shi* club
has replied to Christel Ehretsmann club
You may find what you are looking for here:

www.plantpress.com/wildlife/o548-enchantersnightshade.php

I am to plants what you are to spiders! ;)
14 years ago.
Christel Ehretsmann club
has replied to Shi* club
I am to plants as well...maybe not so much to photography
14 years ago.
Shi* club
has replied to Christel Ehretsmann club
history, plants, art, poetry, psychology, mythology, spirituality ... maybe a little photography ... some doggerel ... and more ... of such things is a life made ;)
14 years ago.

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