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Sieste par temps d'orage

Dormeur de l’autre rive
Mes rêves rends-les moi, je te rendrai les tiens

Que fait dans ma trachée sous le plein jour des songes
Cette touffeur de nuit… 146 more words

Poems

An Inspirational E-mail from the Deep South

There are stories of inspiration
That surpass the trendy must-dos
Relayed through a click of a button
On the information superhighway.

And at the other end, lies a black teenager… 85 more words

Poetry

One From The Archive: 'Saving CeeCee Honeycutt' by Beth Hoffman ****

Saving CeeCee Honeycutt begins in Willoughby, a rather quiet town in the state of Ohio, in the 1960s. The main protagonist of the novel, Cecelia Rose Honeycutt, is known by the affectionate nickname of CeeCee. 1,131 more words

Tea Partiers in Their Own Words

Book review: Strangers in Their Own Land, by Arlie Russell Hochschild

In the last decade, but especially the last few years, we’ve seen an especially polarizing shift between the American political left and right, culminating in the election of a previously non-politically-involved narcissistic billionaire (or is he?) bully with an inferiority complex.  1,156 more words

Book Review

Just Rosedown the Road

We pulled off the highway, just before entering Mississippi to visit the Rosedown Plantation in Louisiana, built in 1835 by the Turnbull family. The Turnbull’s were cotton planters who owned several plots of land as well as 444 slaves, 250 who worked on the Rosedown Plantation. 226 more words

Travel

I've Been Set Down

This post is coming up from a deep well of I don’t know what. Ruminating on friendships past and future. Looking for words of wisdom from scripture and finding nuggets in unexpected places. 232 more words

Thoughts