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Jun

28

Living Without You

Living Without You Living without You I can’t find where I am. In the morning the sun does not rise it reclines, sleeping in its nest of clouds beside mountains of woe that reside behind my closed eyes. In the evening it sits in the skies as a pool of dust sopping up lies I […]

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Jun

24

On Sunday

246 On Sunday I see all types of tall trees dancing cheek to cheek and each to each other in the breeze, all dressed in green, all swaying back and forth with ease, dosey-doeing branches, swinging leaves. I see trees and listen to my preacher preach who talks in animated form of things we listen […]

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Jun

21

Today

Today I see all types of tall trees dancing, cheek to cheek and each to each other in the breeze, all dressed in green, all swaying back and forth with ease, dosey-doeing branches, swinging leaves.

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Jun

18

The Master of Hate

The Master of Hate is never sated, not ever, all the while busy conceiving deceits for God’s children, his pipsqueak plots grow large like Jack, Jack’s beanstalk seeds. Desires he draws in like clouds to be cover on the sun on a sunny day; how he conspires your rift; you see: feather is to edge, […]

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Jun

16

How the First Season Ended

How the First Season Ended Goliath was the first hitter, standing more dragon than man with a great roar in his tone and a huge spear in his hand, hit by a high hard one, a simple stone flying faster than a diving crow. It was fate cost him his head. Laughing too loud he […]

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Jun

4

A Nail in a Sure Place

A Nail in a Sure Place Isaiah 22: 23 One solid nail posted into the huge oak door, Wittenberg Cathedral, the eve of All Saints’ Day, not like the little snail that worms its way through thick wood, winds up on the pope’s desk and discovers itself the worm on the other end of an […]

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