Labyrinth by Deborah Persephone and Pomegranates  by Gerrie Urban Myth by Helen Flying Too Close to the Sunby Kirsten Pachamama, the Earth Mother Shape Shifting by Diane
Inari by Françoise Ariadne's Thread by Kristin Achilles' Heel by Karen After the Big Wet by Brenda Modern Medusa by Terri Nike's Wing by Nikki


by Deborah

The labyrinth is originally from Greek mythology. It was an elaborate structure designed and built by Daedalus. Its function was to hold the Minotaur. Eventually Theseus killed the Minotaur in the labyrinth, but then he was stuck in the winding structure. He emerged when Ariadne provided him with a line of thread so he could find his way out again. A line of thread! More background in my blog post.

Labyrinth by Deborah
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