06
Sep
12

deus ex machina (a greek tragedy in three roses)

you don’t often hear of a deus ex machina–other than in the plays of euripides or aeschylus–intervening in the lives of mortals.

but if there is such a beast, its appearance about now would be greatly appreciated.


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