Envy’s Embrace

Envy has been the driving force behind many a horrendous decision. Too often do we view the world through verdant spectacles. Even in cases where chivalry and goodwill are championed do we see this green monstrosity rear its putrid head. Marie de France’s story depicts Arthur’s knights as looking upon Lanval with a lens of… Continue reading Envy’s Embrace


part I: beryl halls of Janus

a finick’s feet were found, bound in craggy sands where stagnation grew, per dreary drought’s demand there unground a body too, two arms, two legs and hands aspirations toiled for, skewed by trampling sands coarse specks their inundators, tossed by gale and gust vast abashment was delivered by that veiling dust a pharaoh warns of… Continue reading part I: beryl halls of Janus