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No escape

The job of Baruch, Jeremiah’s scribe, was to make sure that the message Jeremiah received from the LORD was recorded accurately. In other words, what Baruch inscribed in his book was expected to match word for word what the LORD had spoken. 385 more words


An Alternate Ending

April 21st Moscow, 1942: The war has been intensifying. Weary boots tread on clumsily through the trenches. Ill with fatigue, bent, with unkempt clothing, the soldiers on, stumbling, falling, rising up and moving again. 731 more words


Radio Cure

My world is shaking around me

The once lucid and mystically colorful lights

Began emitting radioactive waves

That shook and shook my world

Till the dust of the fallen fogged my eyes… 214 more words



Blackened hands hardened

over the heart exposed, expunged,

red roses rubbed into ruins,

‘We are no more

than the dust we leave

after death,’

a curse forgotten, 116 more words



I’m republishing this essay that was written few years ago in view of the harder stand that the Turnbull Government in Australia is taking with its terror laws, and rightly ranking security higher, in its confrontation with an implacable and multi-faceted deadly enemy, than civil liberties. 2,573 more words


Ezekiel 11:13 Weeping For Others

Now as I was prophesying, Pelatiah son of Benaiah died. Then I fell facedown and cried out in a loud voice, “Alas, Sovereign LORD! Will you completely destroy the remnant of Israel?” Ezekiel 11:13… 416 more words


Storm Ophelia

This year has a very unique pattern of storms. Starting from tropical depression, these various low pressure systems develop quickly through jet streams and temperature of the water. 189 more words