Embody the good story
He is probably the same as Eurymedon, who is named King of the Gigantes by Homer.
There are several possible etymologies for his name. It might derive from the word porphyreôs, “the surging,” referring to both the surges of the battlefield and of the sea. Another similar word porphyrô means “gleaming darkly.” The comedian Aristophanes in his play the Birds connects Porphyrion and his brother Alkyoneus with two birds, the purple-coot (Greek porphyriôn) and the halcyon (alkyôn).
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We don’t need much help with our incestuous hate
Contrary to the adage ‘knowledge economy’ we become:
The complexity of the want and Fuck u mind is the only economy birthed from this new notion of knowledge acquisition= economy
Save the world they are killing it.
Nature watches the self cannibalisation
Disequilibrium based on disconnection from self
Alienation employs what it knows best: terror, we rust inside
Kill yourselves oh how sad!
Hold my hand