The first thing to say about “Demons” is that if you do not face them down, they do not go away. In fact un-faced demons have a tendency to multiply and grow. 443 more words
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“Who the fool, who the wise?
Who the beggar or the emperor?
whether rich or poor,
In Death, we are
A la, danse macabre! 61 more words
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Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Book 14
Danse Macabre By Laurell K. Hamilton
In this fourteenth installment of the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series, Anita worries that she might be pregnant. 38 more words
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We’re a stone’s throw from the Berlin Wall and a blood-soaked axe-swastika is spinning behind five silhouettes in strobe-lit slow motion, grinding out 10 factories’ worth of industrial clatter. 1,070 more words
usque ad mortem
One of the symbols we focused on in class was the dance macabre, which supplements the History course’s focus on the Plague and the Middle Ages. 426 more words
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I am working on a new series now inspired by a medieval allegory called the Dance of Death. Above is a scanned image of an unfinished line drawing for the first of the group, “The Knight”.
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At first, it looks like just another effigy. A man in bishop’s robes carved in stone lies in peaceful repose, one hand raised in blessing, his head guarded by an angel. 898 more words