17 October (Luna) Liber VII, 6:9-13

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17 October (Luna) Liber VII, 6:9-13

Postby Jim Eshelman » Mon Oct 17, 2011 4:39 am

9. Then a terrible disease seized upon the folk of the grey land; and we rejoiced.
10. O my God, disguise Thy glory!
11. Come as a thief, and let us steal away the Sacraments!
12. In our groves, in our cloistral cells, in our honeycomb of happiness, let us drink, let us drink!
13. It is the wine that tinges everything with the true tincture of infallible gold.
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Re: 17 October (Luna) Liber VII, 6:9-13

Postby RobertAllen » Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:54 am

9. Then a terrible disease seized upon the folk of the grey land; and we rejoiced.
10. O my God, disguise Thy glory!
11. Come as a thief, and let us steal away the Sacraments!
12. In our groves, in our cloistral cells, in our honeycomb of happiness, let us drink, let us drink!
13. It is the wine that tinges everything with the true tincture of infallible gold.


General, or field observations for yesterday and today.

Notions:
Appearances
Romanticism
Intrigue
Atmosphere
Blanche Dubois and her warm, multi-colored scarfs, and how she would cast them over any bright light to add a little mystery...

The reality that informs illusion, it's truth. The truth expressed by shadows.

Love and Will
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Re: 17 October (Luna) Liber VII, 6:9-13

Postby Jim Eshelman » Mon Oct 17, 2011 8:04 am

Time for Southern Comfort and the kindness of stangers... 8)
Love is the law, love under will.
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Re: 17 October (Luna) Liber VII, 6:9-13

Postby RobertAllen » Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:59 am


5. Over the plain came the atrocious cry of wolves.


Brando yelling: Stella! :wink:

Love and Will
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