I was never in love with you....
I was in love with the picture
We painted with our imaginations
You were just the embodiment of the dream
The promise, always too good to be true
I hold you, it, us still
In my heart
With nothing now but
You were much better in my head
Than in my heart.
Friday, 12 December 2008
Monday, 8 December 2008
Valerius Maximus included the story of Hippo in his Facta et dicta memorabilia as a foreign example of chastity to complement the Roman stories he has previously related. He stated that when Hippo was abducted by an enemy fleet, she decided to save her chastity at the cost of her life, and threw herself into the sea to her death. Her body was washed up on the shore of Erythrae. According to Valerius Maximus, a tomb was built for her which survived in his own day, and her glorious reputation had endured among the Greeks.
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