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Threnody is a song, hymn or poem of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person.
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Nemesis is a Greek mythological spirit of divine retribution against those who succumb to hubris. Nemesis may also refer to:
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Limbo is an afterlife condition hypothesized by Medieval Roman Catholic theologians, but not made official Catholic doctrine.
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"Ozymandias" is the title of two poems published in 1818 by Percy Bysshe Shelley and Horace Smith.
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A threnody is a wailing ode, song, hymn or poem of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person. The term originates from the Greek word θρηνῳδία (threnoidia), from θρῆνος and ᾠδή, the latter ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European root *h₂weyd- that is also the precursor of such words as "ode", "tragedy", "comedy", "parody", "melody" and "rhapsody".
Prometheus is a figure in Greek mythology.
Runaway, Runaways or Run Away may refer to:
A vulture is a scavenging bird.
Darkness is the absence of light.
A tattoo is a marking made by the insertion of indelible ink into the skin.
The Laments are a series of nineteen threnodies (elegies) by Jan Kochanowski. Written in Polish and published in 1580, they are a highlight of Polish Renaissance literature, and one of Kochanowski's signature achievements.
Last Laugh or The Last Laugh may refer to:
A tree is a perennial woody plant.