I challange you to describe Game of Thrones in two sentences.
Mind - Body - Spirit
Peter Bahouth built a series of houses in the trees connected by wooden bridges in the middle of Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood. Peter is an environmentalist whose love of nature and memories of boyhood treehouses inspired him to create a grown-up fort in his Atlanta backyard. The three rooms of this treehouse have been christened “Mind,” “Body” and “Spirit” by the owner. A suspension bridge connects the living room, or “Mind” portion of this Atlanta treehouse, to the “Body” or bedroom portion, that includes a platform bed that slides out for a better view of the tree canopy. 
Peter Bahouth is a stereoscopic photographer, an environmental activist and a local supporter of the arts. He is the current Executive Director of the U.S. Climate Action Network and the former Director of Greenpeace. Bahouth spends his time shuttling between the D.C. headquarters and home office of his mostly glass home. He has worked with Art Papers (Board Chair), Hambidge Center, MOCA GA and ACP to name a few local art institutions. He is represented by Marcia Wood Gallery.
I want to run away to here
If you look at the dictionary for the word “Friend” you’ll find:
Friend (noun): A person whom one knows, likes, and trusts.
Or that’s what I used to believe.
But my book has seemed to gone missing of late
and the definition is twisted
like the sheets of my bed
showing how well we know each other(’s body)
because we know how much we like each other(’s body)
and we trust each to tell no body.
Casual holiday reminder that the Weasley twins once bewitched snowballs to repeatedly hit Voldemort in the face.
The Weasley twins are some hardcore little shits.
No wonder Voldemort made sure at least one of them died.