RSSArchive for July, 2017

Jul

30

How Chose You This

How Chose You This? How chose you this appointed meeting dark at gnarled tree by deep river well past dusk? You get there early, listen for plaintive whistle, hear minute cicadas in concert with ducks, loud toads, as water flows before and wait not as Sisyphus repeating useless tasks nor according to spelunkian theories of […]

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Jul

24

I Take a Road

I Take a Road I take a road that follows to a tunnel dark the trees make hanging high overhead on each side and flailing to vague music as stark wind should require the gorgeous trees, going from green to gold, to hence retire. Its breath is hard and cold. Those leaves that fall from […]

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Jul

20

Heaven (glad to be back, hope this one is worth the wait)

Heaven Having died, you arrive more alive than you can ever remember. The very air you share vibrates with unexplained splendor, oscillating a gentle wind there, people smiling and so friendly, still somehow they make no sound with their mouth. They think a thought and it is heard without interrupting the astounding music that abounds. […]

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Jul

9

Men on a Cross Beam High Up: the Picture

Men on a Crossbeam High Up: The Picture Staged: check the guy on the end: you can see his discontent. must be foreman, isn’t patient to be wasting sacred lunchtime for a stupid picture… “guys think it’s a lark…getting in a magazine…it ain’t no lark, free doughnuts to sit like a bunch a monkeys on […]

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Jul

5

More of Peter

More of Peter This large gentle man had become a label, more a conduit than a symbol for the risen Savior. People wanted to touch him because he knew the Jesus as a friend in spirit then as long before he had known Him face to face as a man. Once he had been a […]

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Jul

3

DNA

DNA In whose hand is the soul of every living thing, and the breath of all mankind. Job 12:10 Demand facts not theories, conclusions not hypotheses, incomplete science is the stumbling accomplice of men approximated by machines, lax in its assumptions of itself, not close to truth or absolute as Christ when He, commanding the […]

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