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Epaminondas

Epaminondas

A Poem by Allan Eddings


First attempt at immortalizing this titan; first attempt at poetry as well.
Kore

Kore

A Story by NecroNinja91


I love this one so very much ...
Blue Smoke in Greece

Blue Smoke in Greece

A Story by Doug Ordunio


Eleftheria meets a woman in a Grecian cave who casts a mysterious spell upon her.
A Journalist Through Time

A Journalist Through Time

A Story by Marhkor


I had to write this for my history exam this semester. It's kinda cheesy but I figured someone would get a kick out of it, plus I got an A so I'm happ..
Finding Green Gold

Finding Green Gold

A Book by Kornelia33


The story of a woman from small town Bavaria: She falls in love with a Greek freak and they travel through India. She pursues the dream of her life: B..
That Matter at the Doorstep

That Matter at the Doorstep

A Story by J. Austen


The story of a girl in ancient Greece.
GREECE

GREECE

A Poem by Andy Ruffett


The state of Greece
Wanderlust

Wanderlust

A Poem by


A teacup dangles from the end of my finger,the last drops plopping onto the tiled floor.A reverie lingering above my head,leaning on a Paris' thin bal..
A Tragic Tale

A Tragic Tale

A Poem by Elaenor Aisling


A random take on the ideal of Justice being blind, like the statues where she wears a blindfold....
The Northern Barbarians

The Northern Barbarians

A Poem by kingfugazi


Roman, Greeks, Efyptians and more Crumbled under forces the North always bore Empires shattered and people freed At least, until the conquero..
Musings on the Veiled Dancer

Musings on the Veiled Dancer

A Poem by Elaenor Aisling


A musing on the bronze sculpture, 'Veiled Dancer', greek or roman, I don't recall which.
Persephone

Persephone

A Poem by Cat


A brief description of the lovely goddess, Persephone. Form: Arabic rubaiyat.
Orpheus' Lament

Orpheus' Lament

A Poem by Cat


All grows still in Hades as Orpheus plays his lyre. Form: cinquain.
Creating the Rose

Creating the Rose

A Poem by Cat


Thorns pierce Aphrodite's foot, and blood-red roses spill from her wounds. An aetiology of the rose. Attempted Sapphic verse.
Hecatomb

Hecatomb

A Poem by RFDIII


On sacrifice

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