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When even under a mountain of earth the pull of him is agonising

When even under a mountain of earth the pull of him is agonising

When even under a mountain of earth the pull of him is agonising

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The muse knows his flesh and bones

The muse knows his flesh and bones

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he knows how to one

muse the sexual connection

he knows how to one

he knows how to one

lift the sleeping spirit

carry it to the tomb

moan its glory

gone

and tightness

gone

flaccid curling

wipes its

glisten

on the

crevice

again,again,again

only he

can

again

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Muse is killing me (metaphorically)

muse the sexual connection

Muse is Killing me

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Opium elixir of breath1

Opium elixer on breath

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Ode To Billie Joe Bobby Gentry him n me

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Maybe it’s Sophocles

Maybe it's Sophocles

Maybe it’s Sophocles

THE ELAPHOS KERYNITIS (or Cerynitian Hind) was a golden-Maybe it's Sophocleshorned deer sacred to the goddess Artemis. Some say the deer was a gift from the Nymph Taygete and was one of five, the other four drawing the chariot of the goddess.

Herakles was sent to fetch it as one of his twelve labours. After chasing the swift animal for a full year he finally captured it on Mount Artemision in Arkadia. When the goddess Artemis complained at the treatment of her animal, whose horn the hero had broken off in the struggle, he persuaded her to let him borrow it for the completion of his Labour.

The hind may have been assigned a Constellation like the other beasts of Herakles’ labours.