We made it again

Primavera
How is it possible? The heroine emerges from the underworld every time, no matter what the odds. Hail, Persephone.

Note: Persephone not actually shown above. Results may vary.

Comments

  1. Dreamer says:

    this was a brilliant post, brightened up a smile on my face. wonder why it slipped past without any comments..

  2. Laurie S. Sutton says:

    Persephone. Pomegranate seeds. Does anyone remember the myth of Spring? Too bad Botticelli didn’t include the principle goddess in his painting “La Primavera”. (The posted painting, not the pasta dish.)

    Thanks, Dreamer.

  3. Laurie S. Sutton says:

    Persephone. Pomegranate seeds. Does anyone remember the myth of Spring? Too bad Botticelli didn’t include the principle goddess in his painting “La Primavera”. (The posted painting, not the pasta dish.)

    Thanks, Dreamer.

  4. Yea! This IS a great post. Well done, Heidi. Good ol’ Persephone does make it back to us here on Earth, every time. Nifty, that.

  5. Laurie S. Sutton says:

    Well, actually, it was Demeter who brought the world back from the brink of permanent winter. Hey, can she do something about this global warming thing?

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