to Lethe Picture

"Aeneas wond'ring stood, then ask'd the cause
Which to the stream the crowding people draws.
Then thus the sire: "The souls that throng the flood
Are those to whom, by fate, are other bodies ow'd:
In Lethe's lake they long oblivion taste,
Of future life secure, forgetful of the past..."

The Aeneid, by Virgil

Vienna, August 2010
 to Lethe
ym 5 - 03
Orpheus and Eurydice part III