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Monday: Stammering

Walking, step after step, I imagine. I have to imagine, because I’m lost somewhere outside of the sidewalk and the buzzing train station that shakes the ground beneath me. 234 more words

Creative Writing

Don't Spring the Trap

Today’s reading is Luke 21.

While I believe Luke 21 is talking mainly about the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD, there are some great parallels between that judgment and ours to come. 99 more words

Bible Reading

Tailgating May Be Banned Forever At Towson University

TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — A season-long ban on student tailgating? Towson University is considering it for home football games. This comes after what university officials call unsafe behavior during tailgating so far this season. 402 more words


I Have A Prayer Request For A Family Member

Hello everyone! I am coming before you today with a sadden heart. I have a family member that has given His life over to the Lord almost a year ago to the date and has recently turned to getting high and boozed up to deal with day to day stress. 151 more words


Paris Review – The Literature of Laughing Gas, Benjamin Breen

What’s mistake but a kind of take?
What’s nausea but a kind of -ausea?
Sober, drunk, -unk, astonishment.
Everything can become the subject of criticism—how criticise without something to criticise? 150 more words

20th Century

Too Much of You


I drank too much of you.
I drown in thoughts of you.
Then my legs feel wobbly,
My vision starts to blur. 25 more words