Poetry – “Aspecta Medusa”

Andromeda, by Perseus sav'd and wed,Hanker'd each day to see the Gorgon's head:Till o'er a fount he held it, bade her lean,And mirror'd in the wave was safely seenThat death she liv'd by.                                      Let not thine eyes knowAny forbidden thing itself, althoughIt once should save as well as kill: but beIts shadow upon life … Continue reading Poetry – “Aspecta Medusa”