Category Archives: Olympians

Soul Bites Poetry: To Poseidon

Thank you Earth Shaker for shaking my earth yet leaving my better temple standing. -M.

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GodMail from Hermes: Eternal vs. Immortal

We must remember that “eternal” not only means, “without end”, but also, “without beginning”. All eternal beings, therefore, can be said to be immortal, though not all immortals are eternal. Most of them, in fact, are not. Most immortals have … Continue reading

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My God’s Pleasure in Deserts

My god pleasures in deserts. He loves the lights of Las Vegas in the desert—the seediness, the smoke, the greed, the bafflement, the sex—oh the sex: prostitutes, strippers, Madame Volenska’s gypsy girls… But he holds a special place for those … Continue reading

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