RSSArchive for April, 2014

Apr

30

It Is Hard to Kick Against the Pricks

It Is Hard to Kick Against the Pricks As Stephen grew, like a glass magnified to increase in diverse wonders Holy Spirit, he focused light, caused heat and flamed council fearful of people and to beat back lash from Crucifixion. They brought him in to do him in, this hated man, his message before he […]

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Apr

27

Carl Sagan

Carl Sagan to Stephen Hawking To make a universe from scratch you need first a taste for apple pie, a turkey for to baste, Thanksgiving fixings one and all, the art of cooking, the lull of stomachs full along with thankful hearts and children playing. Staring into the sky’s vast void at dark, a massive […]

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Apr

23

IF YOU READ THIS BLOG THERE IS NO REASON TO GET ALZHEIMER’S EVER!

my concoction: it isn’t just good for you… it will prevent Alzheimers….i just read a report that 90% of the beta ameloid plaques in Alzheimers have spirochetes…complicated process wherein macrophage come in to attack the organisms but get caught up in a plexus of their own making that neutralize their activity… the ameloid plaques which […]

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Apr

19

Unblemished Love….. to celebrate the single most important event in the history of mankind, the resurrection of Christ

Unblemished Love Christ carrying his cross, badly weakened falls upon the road. Beastly beam lands impress square upon his back. This short parade, a following parade, shows what it takes to crush a heart (so brave). Medically His pericardium fills with edema from the blow, Women weeping thirst, on both sides cowed. A large man, […]

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Apr

16

My Snake

My Snake This reptilian brain of mine goads me fly… remember Icarus, had a snake that egged him go too high… behind my wall my human brain will not deny it willingly will crawl at times to take me where he needs to get. Yesterday brealing I heard the bell out from below beckon. Today […]

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Apr

13

The Tureen…. for Flo and Joe Vucker

The Tureen At center on set table next to decanter of reddest wine and golden bread more like cake, how good it is, this red dipped bread, is family’s ancient ornate bowl which absorbs, observes, it waits to serve aus jus, it listens to what is said and left unsaid Susan looking at herself in […]

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Apr

12

God’s Will

God’s Will Hit a deer, a big one, ran out of a yard into my grill. Was it God’s will?… Another man struggling with alcohol picked it up, dressed it out, a small tattooed man with free meat to eat for many a meal. Was that God’s will as well? Or is it all the […]

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Apr

5

After Darkness….(poem has undergone some changes throughout the week, including the title)

After Darkness Before darkness sets in after sun goes down as sight begins to fade, a certain sadness makes its way across the belly… on the bay waves as lights like small suns reflect on still water from the other side and beckon across the sleepy lake. Loss of light collides with loss of shade […]

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