No scrubs

I made a mistake and now I have only myself to blame.

I had started believing.

It let me down. I should have known…only reality is..well, real.

Maybe…maybe I hoped too much. Maybe I thought there was hope for me to be one of them.

What an expected surprise ending.

I am venus.

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~ by tia on August 6, 2008.

3 Responses to “No scrubs”

  1. hmmmm….no comments

  2. Venus
    by Micha F. Lindemans
    The Roman goddess of love and beauty, but originally a vegetation goddess and patroness of gardens and vineyards. Later, under Greek influence, she was equated with Aphrodite and assumed many of her aspects. Her cult originated from Ardea and Lavinium in Latium. The oldest temple known of Venus dates back to 293 BCE, and was inaugurated on August 18. Later, on this date the Vinalia Rustica was observed. A second festival, that of the Veneralia, was celebrated on April 1 in honor of Venus Verticordia, who later became the protector against vice. Her temple was built in 114 BCE. After the Roman defeat near Lake Trasum in 215 BCE, a temple was built on the Capitol for Venus Erycina. This temple was officially opened on April 23, and a festival, the Vinalia Priora, was instituted to celebrate the occasion.

    Venus is the daughter of Jupiter, and some of her lovers include Mars and Vulcan, modeled on the affairs of Aphrodite. Venus’ importance rose, and that of her cult, through the influence of several Roman political leaders. The dictator Sulla made her his patroness, and both Julius Caesar and the emperor Augustus named her the ancestor of their (Julian) family: the ‘gens Julia’ was Aeneas, son of Venus and the mortal Anchises. Ceasar introduced the cult of Venus Genetrix, the goddess of motherhood and marriage, and built a temple for her in 46 BCE. She was also honored in the temple of Mars Ultor. The last great temple of Venus was built by the emperor Hadrianus near the Colusseum in 135 CE.

    Roman statues and portraits of Venus are usually identical to the Greek representations of Aphrodite.

    …. need I say more?…exclusion is never the end for an inclusive soul….damn! i really shud be a godman.

  3. *Anurag
    A commentless comment!

    *Tys
    Yeah..but with the kind of jokes you crack I don’t think you would be very successful…

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