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Jan

9

The Funeral Director

The Funeral Director The undertaker who shaves his male stiffs (even ladies show some growth) before every viewing must understand this reality better than most… death’s jarring blow. If he is to maintain a modicum of indifference barring reviews of financial considerations with grieving family members, the greater the competing grief the more they’ll come […]

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Jan

4

A Many Colored Catfish

A Many Colored Catfish A many colored catfish in a golden see through bowl seeks with its whiskers to touch the vermilion tanager perched upon the rim of its aquarium about to pounce upon the fly that skims the water. people in safari hats, some with nets angle by eyeing fauna and flora of this […]

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Dec

28

Sand Castles

Sand Castles When I was just a little boy I knew the sun would shine and every day when dawn arose I knew the wind was mine, But that same wind that took the clouds has left me far behind. When daylights pound the wind whipped sand across the moving shore, and when the white […]

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Dec

22

The Electron Microscope

Electron Microscope Scarred and beyond human contact infectious ugly, he wore refulgent mask of gold and helmet, silver may have been better, with scarlet cape, Baldwin leper king of Jerusalem would forever savor the rush, the yell of men behind and near, the pounding hooves, the bursting flanks, the horse’s smell and sweat commingling with […]

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Dec

19

The Day of the Lord is at Hand

The Day of the Lord is at Hand Daniel 12, Mathew 24, Joel 2, Jeremiah 30, II Timothy 3 Waiting for the plane to land from Houston to Burlington, Vermont, and next week on to London to present for a symposium on brain regeneration and the spinal cord to doctors from the four corners. Encapsulating […]

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Dec

18

Tulips

Tulips Why shouldn’t you get excited about tulips, up close a pure delight to sad eyes they are a spirit’s wonder with as many genes as a human being, though somehow their genome is so much bigger. This beauty of the field tucked into pockets of sand and gravel with ample sun and rain from […]

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Dec

10

The Will of the Lord

The Will of the Lord The first diesel, M.S. Gripsholm, built in the 20’s to cross the puddle full with missionaries allowed at last to leave, out from the shadow of the atheists’ great war, poured forth to deliver the light of the world out of New York Harbor, broke down in the Mediterranean, rerouted […]

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Nov

29

The Giant Patagonian Toad

The Giant Patagonian Toad All things were made by Him; and without Him Was not anything made that was made. John 1: 3 Next to the robin that sings in your soul bouncing from branch to flower, on the other side of the kitten that plays by the hour with its ball and its bowl […]

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Nov

23

The Emperor, Sir Robin Williams

The Emperor, Sir Robin Willians The atheist’s demise is suicide. Solitude snares the senses with an awful silence banging your inner ear’s drum louder than the circus you come in from… A calliope calling children out for ice cream coils controls your soul; it roils The Emperor of Ice Cream who toils to sleep, perchance […]

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Nov

19

The Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence Acts 10: 34 Galatians 3: 28 Christ had plans for the man who denied Him by the fire. Greater than commanding armies, higher than ruling countries, certainly not great wealth. When Peter needed to pay tribute he took a coin not a hook from the mouth of a fish as the […]

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