catmonocles:


Artemis and Orion (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by p0is0n-ivy)

the goddess paus’d, and dropp’d her arrow’s point- rais’d it again—and then again relax’d (x)

catmonocles:

Artemis and Orion (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by p0is0n-ivy)

the goddess paus’d, and dropp’d her arrow’s point- rais’d it again—and then again relax’d (x)


catmonocles:


Artemis and Orion (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by p0is0n-ivy)
the goddess paus’d, and dropp’d her arrow’s point- rais’d it again—and then again relax’d (x)

catmonocles:

Artemis and Orion (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by p0is0n-ivy)

the goddess paus’d, and dropp’d her arrow’s point- rais’d it again—and then again relax’d (x)


catmonocles:


Cassandra (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by agooduniverse)
does it matter, cassandra, whether the people believe your bitter fountain? truly men hate the truth. (x)

catmonocles:

Cassandra (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by agooduniverse)

does it matter, cassandra, whether the people believe your bitter fountain? truly men hate the truth. (x)


catmonocles:


Pandora (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by angels-and-the-architect, 32090810)
what of the end? these beat their wings at will, the ill-born things, the good things turned to ill (x)

catmonocles:

Pandora (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by angels-and-the-architect, 32090810)

what of the end? these beat their wings at will, the ill-born things, the good things turned to ill (x)


catmonocles:


Pandora (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by angels-and-the-architect, 32090810)
what of the end? these beat their wings at will, the ill-born things, the good things turned to ill (x)

catmonocles:

Pandora (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by angels-and-the-architect, 32090810)

what of the end? these beat their wings at will, the ill-born things, the good things turned to ill (x)


catmonocles:


Cassandra (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by agooduniverse)
does it matter, cassandra, whether the people believe your bitter fountain? truly men hate the truth. (x)

catmonocles:

Cassandra (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by agooduniverse)

does it matter, cassandra, whether the people believe your bitter fountain? truly men hate the truth. (x)


catmonocles:


The Sirens (Greek Mythology Series)
Voices sweet, from far and near, Ever singing in his ear, “Here is rest and peace for thee!”(x)

catmonocles:

The Sirens (Greek Mythology Series)

Voices sweet, from far and near, Ever singing in his ear, “Here is rest and peace for thee!”(x)


catmonocles:


Icarus (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by girlinapanic)

catmonocles:

Icarus (Greek Mythology Series) (asked by girlinapanic)

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Madame Deficit


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