Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Princess Haiku discovers a beautiful blog "Cities Beneath the Sea"

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I recently discovered Cyan's blog "Cities Beneath the Sea." It frequently draws upon classical motifs and imagery in its discussions of classical and contemporary arts and science.

There is no Greek myth more compelling than the tale of Orpheus and Eurydeus. Cyan has collected 20 gorgeous images depicting this tale that are a delight to view. To see her photo show and read her latest post about Orpheus follow the path...

Thefarqueue is musing about Orpheus today also:

"Somnambulant dreaming as the morning sun shines
to allow the pavement warming
The trees nod dew-shaking in green agreement
that tomorrow is once again dawning...."

for the rest of this poem and another interesting post follow the fork in the road to Pisces Escariot.

If anyone else has a Orphic theme today leave me a message and I will add you on to this evolving discussion.


Pisces Iscariot said...

Blog-synchronicity seems to dovetail in nicely here - my latest poem over at The Far Queue is entitled Orpheus Beach

Anna said...

Thanks so much for highlighting this blog - anything to do with ancient Greek myth is my thing . . .really!

Cyan said...

Thank you for the mention. :) I'm happy that the Orpheus and Eurydice post was stimulating. It was a pleasure to put together. I can't think of a better way to spend my time than looking at beautiful imagery, which is also part of the reason why I enjoy your blog so much. You post some truly beautiful things.

Indeterminacy said...

That blog is high art.

Princess Haiku said...

Yes, indeed.

A's Journey said...

Excellent blog, full of stories, art and interesting content. Thanks for sharing!

Princess Haiku said...

Thanks for visiting my space A and your comment. BTW We are all works in progress :)