Telos and Other Psychographs is a book of poems by Euphrates Moss, a graduate with a B.A. in English/Creative Writing from Seattle University. Don't hold that against him. The poems in this book are about Roman times, Shakespearean times, and the general hardships and oddities of life. Spliced in are philosophies, sciences, various observations, aphorisms, and references from just about any book Euphrates could get his hands on- except the bad ones.
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Table of Contents
A Note On The Text --- 5 Preface --- 6 Proem: Re: DaDa Edition --- 25 Group A Telos --- 27 Divisions: Overture, Cantos, Sections, Underture Rap, Vignette, Translation, Effigy, Interludes, Short Story, Sonnets, Novel Fragments, Other Fragments, L'envoy: I - L Group A' Fate Imprevidible --- 173 Elegy --- 174 Group Ba La Bella Suicidio --- 179 Silver --- 181 Group C Heroin --- 183 Evocations of "Sweet Virginia" --- 184 A Heated Discussion Between Two English Gentlemen --- 187 Spoilers: Pre-19th Century --- 188 Group Bb The Day Expected --- 191 The Fall --- 193 Group B# (Per)Version Of Justice(s) --- 197 In Tuscany --- 199 Group D A Pause --- 208 Caesar's Embarrassment: A Double-Dactyl --- 209 The Treachery Of Poems --- 210 Group E The Mirandiad --- 218