Sunday, December 14, 2014

no more sublime sentiment...

"ancient greece jostled incessantly for the attention of the muse,
outputting writing and other works, yet the muse remained silent. In
fact, he ultimately smited them by his silence, making centuries of
art and culture but a memory. It was a genocide of apathy, and the
muse remained in the background until roman debauchery saw increase,
then began anew calls to the muse from the empty souls of a blooming
society. But always, where is seen fine artist hands, there is a
lowtoned breathed lament that it is all dust and nothing more-no more
sublime sentiment."-todaggi beefarini

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