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By Trish Marie Dawson

Piper Willow dies the summer time after her highschool commencement yet she doesn’t make it to Heaven or Hell…instead she unearths herself in a religious terminal referred to as the Station. She’s given simply offerings: go back to Earth because the unconscious for anyone wanting a few open air information, or movement on and spend an eternity misplaced in her personal sorrow and ache. Does Piper have what it takes to save lots of a existence - to be the nagging voice within anyone else’s head - or will she fail and prove misplaced and tormented in limbo...forever?

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Two of the commonest words for lament are threnos and g6os. Although used with little distinction of meaning by classical writers, Homeric usage shows some differentiation. Threnos occurs only twice. v. t <5' £vvea. t o1tl. fi 9p'llveov. ev9a. opope Moucra. tyei'a.. Od. 5~2 The daughters of the old sea-god stood round you, weeping bitterly, and laid upon you the immortal garments. Then the nine Muses sang laments, each responding in sweet tones. None of the Argives could restrain his tears, stirred forth so strongly by the Muse's shrill-voiced song.

5~2 The daughters of the old sea-god stood round you, weeping bitterly, and laid upon you the immortal garments. Then the nine Muses sang laments, each responding in sweet tones. None of the Argives could restrain his tears, stirred forth so strongly by the Muse's shrill-voiced song. p

727). 6 The full terror of this moment is graphically captured by Makarios (fourth century), one of the early ascetics from Egypt, in what he calls 'A Dreadful Story which Appals the Mind'. Near Heaven, angels are 26 Lament and ritual busily flying up and down, guiding the souls of the dead past the judgement barriers which separate them from Paradise. Suddenly a host of black creatures appear and try to snatch the souls away to Hell. The angels resist, and all are saved except for one sinful soul, which fails to pass the formidable Barrier of Prostitution and Adultery.

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