I have not forgotten
By Mayassa AL-Tajir.
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Published by Smashwords 2012.
Florentine Enchanted Classical Statues:
Leda: Personifies the daughter of King Thestius, whom Zeus visited as a Swan. Mother of Helen of Troy.
Ops: Personifies the wife of Saturn, and said to have given birth to the earth.
Bacchus: God of wine.
Palamyra: Siter to Nesan,Bohemia and Zeidan.
Bohemia: Sster to Nesan, Palamyra and Zeidan.
Zeidan: Brother to Nesan, Palamyra and Bohemia.
Syria: Florentine Enchantress
At the Cascine Park along the North bank of the Arno. Twilight coats the landscape, almost allowing the statues to dream. The delicate limbed figures are so opulent they would have caused Verrocchio, Bologna and Donatello to sigh green.