Day: 26 November 2020

โ€˜I Partly Write Because I Donโ€™t Have Answers to Some Questionsโ€™

Author Morwenna Blackwood avers she doesnโ€™t recall ever starting to write. โ€˜Itโ€™s just something I have always done,โ€™ she begins, speaking to the Literary Express in an exclusive interaction. She goes on to state matter-of-factly that the first proper story she wrote was about a frog. โ€˜And that was when I was six years old,โ€™ she tells us with a smile.

Dawn and the Signature of Sunset

As the hour of dawn
Ever more imminent did draw
The lofty celestial expanse
Eschewed the tired robes of night
And discarded the redundant attire

Homage to Homeric Hymn to Dionysus 7

Look to the east, to the symbols of destiny drawn on Tyrrhenian bunting,
Pirates approaching, rapaciously scavenging; eager for something worth hunting,
Seeing the sight of the youthful immortal they roar and express their elation,
Truly the gods must have favour for sons of the mighty Etrurian nation,
Brought to a landing and leaping like fishes,
Seizing their hostage, their motives auspicious,
Beauty so boundless, a body so healthy
Signals the son of a kingdom so wealthy.

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