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Once again love drives me on, that loosener of limbs, bittersweet creature against which nothing can be done. ~ Sappho (c. 630 BC - 570 BC) Greek Poet Art: Boreas (1902) by John William Waterhouse

Once again love drives me on, that loosener of limbs, bittersweet creature against which nothing can be done. ~ Sappho (c. 630 BC - 570 BC) Greek Poet Art: Boreas (1902) by John William Waterhouse

Aspen  The daughter of Zeus and Demeter, Persephone was once an innocent maiden. She descended to the underworld and emerged a complex creature with the power to bring the earth the fruits of the hidden.      The Aspen was sacred to her, and she was reputed to have a grove of them in the Land of Sunset in the West. It is said that legendary heroes who wore a crown of aspen leaves gained her protection as they entered and returned from the Underworld.

Aspen The daughter of Zeus and Demeter, Persephone was once an innocent maiden. She descended to the underworld and emerged a complex creature with the power to bring the earth the fruits of the hidden. The Aspen was sacred to her, and she was reputed to have a grove of them in the Land of Sunset in the West. It is said that legendary heroes who wore a crown of aspen leaves gained her protection as they entered and returned from the Underworld.

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