PROSERPINA an ancient Roman spring goddess whose Greek equivalent is Persephone. The probable origin of her name comes from the Latin, “proserpere” or “to emerge,” in respect to the growing of grain and other plants.

PROSERPINA an ancient Roman spring goddess whose Greek equivalent is Persephone. The probable origin of her name comes from the Latin, “proserpere” or “to emerge,” in respect to the growing of grain and other plants.

Inspirational #Surreal #Photography by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison #inspiration

Inspirational Surreal Photography by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison

Inspirational #Surreal #Photography by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison #inspiration

One of my absolute favorite images of all time "Summer Arm," by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison

One of my absolute favorite images of all time "Summer Arm," by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison

399. The nurse went out of the room and came back with the doctor who said that, in light of the old mans temperature he could stay put till the morning, but then he would have to go. The nurse and the doctor left, and I said, "Duck, how did you know Buboni's temperature?" "I just made it up" he said.

399. The nurse went out of the room and came back with the doctor who said that, in light of the old mans temperature he could stay put till the morning, but then he would have to go. The nurse and the doctor left, and I said, "Duck, how did you know Buboni's temperature?" "I just made it up" he said.

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