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Letter to Damascus

The irony of human suffering is that it embeds a zest for life in its victims that cannot be bought, borrowed, nor sold by those who are graciously blessed. 227 more words

Battlefields

Third-Culture

The fireplace flickers with the last oak ember, and all would seem peaceful to the silent onlooker who cannot hear the roar of a wounded Jerusalem in my soul. 342 more words

Battlefields

THE MUSEUM OF LOVE AND UNDERSTANDING

Where we keep our humanity

Hermetically sealed

And in the future they will come

Down long google-glassed tunnels

To collect artifacts

Heartless facts from

Our artless landmarks… 50 more words

Poetry

Andrew & Amber Family Photos {Kait Marie Photography} Yorktown, VA

Every time I get to see this family, we have so much fun together. Last time we were together, it was only Shealyn and Mom because baby Tyler was still on the way and Dad was deployed. 87 more words

Family

Cover of Love

I found this amazing Siouxsie And The Banshees cover by Big Business only recently and it won’t stop playing in my head. But hey, who’s complaining. 7 more words

Music

An Indulgence of Thought

Most Christmas Eve soliloquys dance through memories of lost loves along the rhythm of falling snow, likely with the writer cushioned on a comfortable couch beside a roaring fireplace. 601 more words

Battlefields

France Part Seven - Strasbourg to Epernay via Metz and Verdun

We mapped the 350KM route from Alsace, through Lorraine and on to Champagne.

As usual we had a lot to pack in – I never have been one for a beach holiday. 1,213 more words

France