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The Lord said to me in the days of King Josiah: “Have you seen what she did, that faithless one, Israel, how she went up on every high hill and under every green tree, and there played the whore? 1,628 more words



Doors with blank stares and contrived promises to keep away strangers

Surreptitiously communicate their travails throughout the busy days

Strangers with unrecognisable faces look through them with revulsion… 52 more words


Fault Lines

Two sides shift

Imperceptibly at first

Small compromises build

One upon another

Hidden faults eventually surface

Rifts become wider

Life sucked out

Rushes back as a tsunami of pain… 23 more words


Temple of: Flesh)) (Poem)

This is the penultimate poem from the “Pollyanna” set I’ve been doing this month. Any questions you might have will likely be answered next week. until then, the latest installment of this person’s trial, meeting three sisters who destroyed him. 25 more words


Shootings Now The Third Leading Cause of Death for U.S. Children

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❝ Few stories are more heartbreaking than those involving children who are injured or killed by gunshots. It isn’t hard to find them: In June alone, a 6-year-old accidentally shot and killed a 4-year-old in South Carolina, a father accidentally shot and killed his 9-year-old daughter in Indiana and an 8-year-old Mississippi boy was accidentally shot in the chest.

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To Create Something Wonderful, You Must Always First Destroy Something Terrible

Always remember and honor the above rule, humans, when you try to figure out how to create something wonderful. Look for what is terrible, recognize it as being terrible, understand that this terrible thing is very real, is directly imposed upon you, and is directly blocking and destroying your capacity to create the wonderful thing you envision. 116 more words



Water flees from the torment of footsteps

Deep indentations are reminders 

Scant dampness reveals the vanishing truth

Seeds many not have found their fate

Hibernating for now… 40 more words