A Thursday Throwback – Heed my warning . . .

The Muse gives warning – heed this

The Qwiet Muse

Giuseppe Mentessi, Despairing Woman 1901 Giuseppe Mentessi, Despairing Woman 1901 ‘Tis a cautionary tale I have to tell.

Oh misery. Oh woe.

Of woe and misery I speak.

Ne’er a more wretched creature than I could be made to endure such a beautiful morn as this. Tis this truly the light, come at last to dispel the darkness of this long and enervated night? Alas! This loathsome, beautifully vexatious blaze dost pierce mine eyes as penance for enterprises I indulged throughout the night.

I beseech thee night, come back! Come back and cast upon me again thine shadows, dispel this light which illuminates my gloom with ray upon ray of golden glare upon my solecism, upon my sin. Let it leave me till the morrow – let me linger still beneath thine darkened shroud. Let tarry the sun, and the birds of song, let them tarry too, for I, wretched beast I have become…

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