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A STRANGE ECLOGUE
So when he slowly descended from the hill, with sun providing him with a blinding halo, the other ascended and regarded him in awe. "May I introduce myself? Hermes." He bowed and his wild blond curls shone like gold in the evening light. The sheep flocked, mixed and mingled. And watched them with mild but fleeting interest bordering on bored. They sat together under the tree, the one admiring youth and golden locks, the other admiring colors and warmth of playing flecks of dust blowing in the warm evening wind. "Then who are you?" Hermes asked amazed, while his companion, silent, only held his hand and caressed the slender fingers. "Where are your sheep", he wonderingly persisted. "Follow me, and I'll show you miracles and wishes fulfilled," his companion seductively replied. And as he put his flute to his lips, sheep, rats and Hermes, mesmerized, followed him, over the hills towards the brilliant sunset. *** January 31, 2017
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