Temporal Echoes


Does winning wars, whether personal, professional, economic, or any other really matter when cause is forgotten and goals have become obsolete? Or do we fight on because that’s what we’ve always done and we no longer know any other way? Judged by posterity what is seen?

Temporal Echoes Clashing Titans wrestle obscured by shattering surge as temporal echoes eddy ambitions objectives swept away obsolete. Ancient nets close on prey historic justification forgotten victory’s scent nears, opposing forces’ nature, lost to dust and legend. by A. M. Mitchell ©
Compilation by A.M. Mitchell
Carina Nebula
Credit for Hubble Image: NASAESA, N. Smith (University of California, Berkeley),
and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
CTIO Image: N. Smith (University of California, Berkeley) and NOAO/AURA/NSF

Memorial to Leonidas and the defiance of overwhelming odds by the Sparta 300, “Come and Take Them”, crafted 2435 years after, tribute to an event that became legend. The Pankration, a digital copy of one of hundreds of photographic copies of a Roman marble copy of a Greek original statue lost to the ages that still speaks to us even after all this time.

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