Jamie is a teacher, counselor, witch and writer. From fiction to poetry, from academic essays to advice columns on her blog, Jamie is constantly on the search to answer the question "what does it mean to be human"? She lives in Puyallup with her partner and cats.
At the Temple of Apolloby Jamie Freeman
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What if the Greek temples were still alive and active? What if you could visit the Gods within? A budding author visits the Temple of Apollo. What will the God of civilization and poetry inspire in her?
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I like the Idea of being blessed with a view of Apollo, of being turned away by Artemis. The author of this well written short story pulls no punches with her mythology. More than that though, she lets you feel it in a way that brings the deity into you home with you. Using great visuals and demanding our imagination with the mention of smells, and even feelings. Well done.
I really liked this short story. It asks the question of what it would be like if the Greek gods were still around. The description of Apollo is spot on to what I imagined he'd be like. The imagery and voice in the story is really great. I totally wish it were true!