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originally posted by: natalia
Did you think of me cause of death?
Because as I'm looking back at my poetry it seems I am searching for death really hard. I'm so glad I never found death.
Guitar is cool. I don't play any instruments. I used to paint but I don't do that anymore, which I should!
Well that sounds like a big book, I really enjoy all sorts of history but have a hard time reading about it.
I do love reading Stephen King and Dean Koontz though.
What do you worry about?
I figured out that I can't worry all the time or I will drive myself insane. I can't ]worry about things that are out of my control either.
In Mesopotamian mythology, Lamashtu (Akkadian dLa-maš-tu; Sumerian Dimme dDim3-me) was a female demon, monster, malevolent goddess or demigoddess who menaced women during childbirth and, if possible, kidnapped their children while they were breastfeeding. She would gnaw on their bones and suck their blood, as well as being charged with a number of other evil deeds. . . .
She bore seven names and was described as seven witches in incantations. Her evil deeds included (but were not limited to): slaying children, unborns, and neonates; causing harm to mothers and expectant mothers; eating men and drinking their blood; disturbing sleep; bringing nightmares; killing foliage; infesting rivers and lakes; and being a bringer of disease, sickness, and death.