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After the Agamemnon of Aeschylus Late afternoon of that unending year’s first day, I cringed at clangs, at god strikes tumbling mountaintops, Atremble for my distant lord’s demise, his fate Portended by dark clouds, drum rumbles in the east. When Iris sat her bow across the rain-spent sky, A wonder sign of peace, The joyous… The post The Roof-Watcher appeared first on VoegelinView.

After the Agamemnon of Aeschylus Late afternoon of that unending year’s first day, I cringed at clangs, at god strikes tumbling mountaintops, Atremble for my distant lord’s demise, his fate Portended by dark clouds, drum rumbles in the east. When Iris sat her bow across the rain-spent sky, A wonder sign of peace, The joyous…

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