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As quickly as she had come, Circe disappeared--her dance completed, her missive uttered, and her laughter echoing through the palace of emptiness.  Once again, the two men were alone to ponder their options.

Marco stood and surveyed the room, looking for signs of the enchantress. Clovis didn't bother, knowing Circe was gone.

"It seems Gaius is in a bit of a fix," Marco said.


"So, what do we do now?"

The old museum curator turned towards the doors of the palace.  "I don't know," he said as he began walking towards the exit. Marco turned and followed Clovis, wondering if he'd see Gaius again.

Today's artwork comes from the German surrealist, Edgar Ende (1901-1965).


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