A kiosk is a stand that sells things;
a 'moral kiosk' would house peddlers of morality. [Ron Henry] *
In College Avenue, Athens, there are two pillar-cum-notice boards
upon which upcoming concerts and local events are advertised.
Apparently, locals know about these moral kiosks. [ICFTS]
"Idle hands all orient to her"
Perhaps playing on the phrase "idle
hands are the devil's playthings". [Chris Piuma]
"She was laughing like a Horae"
The Horai [are] "the seasons".
Zeus begot them on Themis, the Titan-goddess of cosmic order.
Names: Dike, Eirene, and Eunomia (Justice, Peace, and Lawfulness).
"Horae" is the Latin spelling. [dickeney] * The houri
are, in Islam, the beautiful women that live with the blessed
in Paradise. Makes more sense than "like a Horae,"
as a) Horae is plural, not singular, b) laughing is not an aspect
of the four seasons. [rbr]