Cosimia & Coronis

According to legend of Greek dark ages, engraved copper plaque foretold  birth of twin sisters, Cosimia and Coronis, light and darkness personified, radiant sun, crescentic moon, blessed and cursed by ancient deity, name unspeakable without vowels, stone image of human man, wingéd lion. Thunderous fates, sisters held separate destinies, Cosimia protected by divine voices, Coronis fraught with miseries worse than tortured death, all according to divine decree. Thus is Cosimia’s poetry, often narrated by Iliona, mother struggling to understand her daughter, mortal touched by immortals, gods moved by mystical daughter, through whom verses flow.                    

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