Monthly Archives: July 2013

Roman Holidays

The patrician leans against the parapet, the stone warm against his skin. Heavy oleander lingers in the air, stirring the silken folds of his white toga. Faint cries of a blood-lusting mob carry over from the Coliseum to his left. … Continue reading

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