Tagged: greek myth

we’ve been here before –


if we take a good look into
history, it is not Clotho who
spins the thread, not Lachesis
who measures its length, and
not Atropos who sharpens
her shears on the delicacy of
life. on the contrary, it is always
man who, entranced
by his own fragile cord,
braids himself into others,
forging and severing alliances
with no preparation to fail
even as his own hand
applies the blades to meet
his lost and entangled thread