• Dang I wasn’t done with my comment, but my point being, he is an “adventurer” of sorts but I think it’s because his selfish ways have caused him to have no true “home”. While he revels in the joys of the flesh & indulgence, he has an inner unrest & isolation.

  • While I really enjoyed this piece- and definitely understand why it made Byron an “overnight sensation”, it seemed mostly about lust and a “you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone” kind of message. Several parts in the piece say things like “none did love him…”, “he loved but one… loved one could never be his… happy she! to scape from…[Read more]

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