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Glorifying the Gods

A Poem Derived from Greek Mythology

By Brin J.Published about a year ago Updated about a year ago 1 min read
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Flames devoid of warmth

a grim realm for perished souls

known as Hades' Hell.


Oh, the irony

Gaia is both womb and tomb

poor dear Mother Earth


Air: the breath of life

our fates rest on each inhale

thanks to Zeus' "gift"


Note the fickle seas

of all Gods, he is most cruel

cheat Poseidon's wrath.

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About the Creator

Brin J.

I have a few stories and poems inside me that I want to share. Maybe, if I'm lucky, they'll reach people who'll enjoy them. 📖

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