>That "multifoliate rose" line in "The Hollow Men" is also _very_
>creepy, considering the subject at hand...
You can say that again. It kind of explains where the Order of the Black Rose may be going.
In the UF context, the correlations lifts both the original Eliot poem and the RGU order out of the realms of adolescent angst and into something much darker and more serious.
I was wondering how you would do that without it becoming a CW soap opera. Thanks. Pre-foreshadowing helps.
Manon, Maccadon, Orado, etc.
Denton, never leave home without it.
"If we are marked to die, we are enough
To do our country loss; and if to live,
The fewer men, the greater the share of honour
God's will I pray thee wish not one man more" - Henry V, Act, IV Scene III