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Readings for Monday, May 4, 2015, designated by the 1979 Book of Common Prayer: **; Col. 3:18-4:18; Luke 7:36-50; Psalms 56, 57, 58, 64, 65… 684 more words

Fire

There is a burning fire inside
One that I’ve never learned to tame
I was taught to fear and hide
And not to grow this flame…

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Poetry

Shame and Blame

Genesis 3:8-15

Then the man and his wife heard the sound of the Lord God as he was walking in the garden in the cool of the day, and they hid from the Lord God among the trees of the garden. 585 more words

What it means when

What it means when
memories mix with ideas you once had
or facts you learned in school.
What it means when I
leave you for someone worse… 108 more words

Poetry

the vase broke itself

Determine who did it, or assume it was accidental. Hunt the perpetrator or restore the victim. Punishment or restitution. English speakers tend to identify events with agents;¬†Spanish and Japanese speakers don’t remember the agent.¬† 297 more words

Departure Lounge

Gnostic Eck is repeating history

The Knife keeps coming across the many similarities between the raving Scots Nats and their various cults – Salmond, Sturgeon, mysterious economic sunny uplands – and the Jacobins, who were also, ultimately, losers. 473 more words

Cue the Career Dirge

Despite my inclination to hide my part in this upcoming literary fiasco, I will shoulder the responsibility.

To a point.

When one is about to nosedive a burgeoning writing career over a sheer mountain cliff, I argue some blame should be held in reserve for the wind. 202 more words

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