Fire gives us the poetry of science. In mythology, Phosphorus is the light-bringer. John Emsley’s book may not thrill you as much as the cover, but people in the Arts can act as translators. In The Heart Aroused, David Whyte brings poetry to business. Historical Fiction uses artistic license to wet minds of those who can’t read dry history. You can call Florida the phosphorus state because we gave the world an important resource. People have always seen heaven and hell in Florida. The picture on the right shows our Gothic side. A Wikipedia picture of the day sits in the middle.
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