Monthly Archives: July 2017

Brevoort of the Village

  Today is Chris’s birthday. She is all that is left of Greenwich Village that Henry Brevoort founded. She has lived in New York’s Village for forty years. Broadway All is the Godfather of her daughter, Julie. She dated Joe … Continue reading

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Bill Arnold – Artist and Writer

My brilliant childhood friend was an artist, a poet, and a playwright. He wrote the play ‘The Dream’ when he was nineteen. Jon

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The Tower of Helen Rosamonde

In the name of Helen of Troy, I and my muse now dwell in Robinson Jeffers Tower. Our spirits will dwell here forever. I highly suggest Rena Victoria Easton be moved to this tower where she can sit by the … Continue reading

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The Labyrinth Dance of The Fatal Girls

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Let’s dance! Four days ago I noticed Belle Burch made slight dance moves as she walked towards me. This is what made me madly in love with her. Rena danced for the Royal Ballet. These…

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Joisting Tournaments at Rougemont

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Here are the accounts of Joisting Tournaments held at Rougemont castle where my Rosemont kindred might hail. Jon Presco After Easter of the year of the Lord 1172, the same count came to > make…

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Entrance To Rosamond Labyrinth Found

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
“Worried that over time his work would lose significance, the sculptor behind Mount Rushmore proposed a secret room  behind Abraham Lincoln’s hairline, that would contain details of the work done on the mountain and of the society…

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The Immortal Rose of the World

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
In my blog ‘Rosamond Press’ I have immortalized Christine Rosamond Benton, and Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor – as well as Rena Christiansen! I did this by enjoining them to the Art World that has traditionally immortalized…

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