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HEAVY

Be on guard so that your hearts are not weighed down. . .

~Jesus of Nazareth, in Luke 21: 34

On that day his feet shall stand on the Mount of Olives. 78 more words

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THE HOLY SEED

Isaiah 6: 9-13

I am listening over and over,

and looking. Still I do not comprehend.

How long? How long? I have no country here. 89 more words

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KEEPING AWAKE

. . . you, beloved, are not in darkness..

for you are all children of light and children of the day…

So then let us not fall asleep as others do, but let us keep awake…  166 more words

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Visualising race, identity and change

National Geographic: Visualising Race, Identity, and Change

Though race is one of those seismic issues—the stuff of movements and monuments and multiday conferences at top universities—the moments revealed in the six-word submissions are smaller in nature and much more intimate: 159 more words

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TURNING A BATTLESHIP

They say it’s like turning a battleship.

They say they’re making progress:

the vast bulk of iron against the swell

that rises and rises and against the wind… 216 more words

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Now will you publish the title?

I wish you’d tell me when you’re changing the formatting.

Can I do poems now?

Looks like not.

I’m putting this up just for a minute to see if it changes anything. I bet it doesn’t.

Humans And Other Animals

a tiny gazetteer

Ostrowy, Poland.

Broken bannister painted brown. 

Somewhere in Quebec:

Three-eighths mystery.

Albany, Vermont 

Two sons, their separate ways.

Charlotte, Vermont.

Nothing but the garden. 128 more words

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