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Wednesday Poems: Purgatory, or a scrap written on a lunch break


PURGATORY, or a scrap

written on a lunch break

by Katherine Givens


Weary souls
Drifting through tree limbs,
Seeking a tether,
Seeking a hollow… 46 more words


Writing prompt .001

He stared down at me as if I had three eyes. I stared at him because he actually had three eyes.

I had no idea where I was or how I got here. 335 more words


The Ghost In All Of Us

Are ghosts real? It’s hard to say one way or another. I’m not one to discount anything, there’s too much we don’t understand about the universe. 477 more words

Clay Waters


I hate it when people tell me they are sorry I lost my husband.  I didn’t lose him; he died.  He is gone.  It is not like I can find him under a cushion or in a closet somewhere.   792 more words


Had To Write

I wanted to write today but I didn’t know what, so I went on pinterest and found these six words and I came up with this story. 307 more words


Heaven can't wait; more on purgatory

This is the seventh in a series of articles on biblical terms that describe the afterlife and the unseen world.

In the last column we defined the Roman Catholic doctrine of purgatory and argued that this long-held teaching finds no support in Scripture. 736 more words