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Rose Garden

I’m experimenting with new ways of writing poetry. Instead of the typical stanzas on paper, this time I’ve elected to do a poème sur un poème… 237 more words

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July Goodbye

I’m so sorry my funny stunning hurricane of a girl. Did I get it all wrong? Did I turn your words upside down so I could see what I wanted to see and hear what I wanted to hear? 325 more words

Biblical Narrative Is Ambiguous (and Why That's a Good Thing)

This might make your toes curl up inside your shoes, but the narratives of the Bible are ambiguous.  Just to be clear, I am not saying that the Bible is false, untrue, misleading, or culturally confined. 974 more words

Bible

Complacency and Ambiguity: Organizational Poison

If I were asked what are two of the greatest internal dangers to any organization hands down the answer would be complacency and ambiguity. These two elements will kill an organization faster than even a toxic or predatory leader. 328 more words

THE UNITED STATES SENTENCING COMMISSION VOTED TO LET 46,290 FEDERAL PRISONS APPLY TO GET OUT OF PRISON SOONER!

The United States Sentencing Commission just voted to let 46,290 federal prisoners apply to get out of prison sooner. The vote applied the Sentencing Commission’s latest reductions in federal sentencing guidelines, 140 more words

The Consent He Did Not Get

A few years ago, I had a very regrettable night. I went out with a friend, ended up going home with a guy friend of hers, and having sex that I did not want to have. 1,752 more words

The Cop

A burning passion.

Law has always been a fascinating subject to me. There is an endless amount of ideas, cases and statues to read about and almost everyone of them is written perfectly, especially ones from the House of Lords. 216 more words