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But now not one of his many friends was there
To meet his assailant and keep off dismal destruction.
Instead, Diomedes robbed him of life, along with
His squire Calesius, then at the reins of his car.
Together they entered the subterranean halls.
Homer, The Iliad, Book VI
Translation by Ennis Rees
I woke up naked at the edge of a civilization
Which seemed to me comic and incomprehensible.
Czeslaw Milosz, After
Fool and wretch, wilt thou let thy soul be tied
To manís laws, by which she shall not be tried
At the last day? O will it then boot thee
To say a Philip, or a Gregory,
A Harry, or a Martin taught thee this?
John Donne, Satire III
For Truthe telleth that love is treacle of hevene:
May no synn be on hym seene that that spice useth.
William Langland, The Vision of Piers Plowman, Passus I

 

        Death on the Don

        by MB Young 

 

 

 

 

Garcilaso

de la

Vega 

(1499-1536)

 

 

 

      

  What Tempts us to Tomorrow

  (excerpts) by Michael Phoenix-Greene 

 

           

     

                                                                                                                                Ontario 

                                                                                                    by George Zhaangweshi             

          by MB Young       

                                                                               

 

 

 

 

Calesius, C.B. calesius@sympatico.ca