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Ragnarok

No twilight here

of gods

in surrender

but battles raging,

ending

longest winter.

No hope apparent,

wounded,

raging thirst,

godless, manless

world

consumed by lusts. 43 more words

Poems

Good and Evil

Outside the weather is perfect, as if from a painting of a spring day: sun shining, the gentlest of breezes blowing, trees leafing out or in full bloom, grassy lawns fully sprouted, children playing, birds singing. 599 more words

The Resurrection:Truth-vs-Myth

I became curious while working on my Sunday school lesson this week about what others believe or think about the resurrection so I decided to search for a few “good responses.” Our Sunday school lesson this Sunday (Easter Sunday) is from… 212 more words

The Day Shewstone Stood Still

by Qesnet Merenetu

This winter, we were sent to Jomoria to look for whatever might be left of the infamous exile, Irsut Miewiamet, cast out from Kemet for opposing the temples. 868 more words

Shewstone

Credit card myths busted


When it comes to credit cards, there are a lot of nasty myths and misconceptions passed around. These can often scare off first-time applicants for standard and balance transfer credit cards, but most are untrue and are not worth paying attention to. 417 more words

Personal Finance

The Gang's All Here: Love and Thank You's

Last night was the opening party for The Silence Left by the Vagrant’s Voice at Culturefix. I have to count myself especially lucky to have the company of a wonderful group of friends and mysterious allies. 374 more words

Art