Hello and welcome to episode twenty-one of Prose. This week, work to see an invisible man, attempt to avoid unavoidable lust, be over-dramatic with a poet, and enjoy a brief history lesson.
This week’s episode is quite a bit different than your average episode of Prose. The first three parts of the episode are long form poetry with a dash of narrative thrown in for good measure, and the final portion of the episode is a preview of a bit of an Easter special that will be released on Easter Day next week. So, yes, it’s a deviation from our norm, and, yes, I’m hoping you’ll be up for the ride.
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This week, we have “A Response,” “du Lac,” “I Wander,” and the Easter Loves History Preview: St. Ambrose and the Neo-Assyrian Empire.