About Nepal . . .

Dear Poseidon, This whole Nepal thing has really been eating at me. I feel like I understand, and yet I don’t. These people, clinging to life on the sides of mountains, surely have enough challenges without the touch of Ennosigaios to wipe nearly everything they know from the face of the earth. But. Science makesContinue reading “About Nepal . . .”

Poseidon Basileus

To call a god a king is no trifling thing: every simple fool sees that all gods rule. Poseidon, great Basileus, to mortal eyes, the glorious, strong consort to sweet Amphitrite, does homage from good gods invite. Nymphs of sea and river on his passing know a shiver. They are touched by salty brine sweeterContinue reading “Poseidon Basileus”