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An Allegory on the Mutiny Against Christ the King and His Church

Once upon a time there was a vast and holy Kingdom ruled by a righteous King. Now this King reigned over his Kingdom with true justice and set before the inhabitants of the land laws that supported the common good of all mankind for their protection and liberty from all forms of slavery. 1,387 more words


Excerpt: Joseph Addison, The Spectator

Joseph Addison, The Spectator, No. 3, Saturday, March 3, 1710-11.

The Plague by Albert Camus

First, there is a dead rat at a doorstep. Then large numbers of rats begin to die in the Algerian harbor town Oran. But initially the citizens of the town do not notice what is going on. 315 more words

Missing the Bed

I walked in the darkness back to my room. Usually we had a night light on but the bulb had burned out. I tried not to think too much so I could fall back asleep right away. 748 more words

Natural And Revelation

A Step.

I think I am standing on the precipice looking down.

It’s dark down there.

I step forward preparing for the weight of my body to sink me to the blackness below. 139 more words

Original Poems

What We Do in the Shadows

…directed by Jermaine Clement and Taika Waititi (New Zealand)


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