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Quarterly Review!

I need to take a couple of shots first before I do my quarterly review.

The beginning of the year has been slow, with promise, but slow. 499 more words

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Reflections on the Salvation Army Regeneration Conference 2015

Psalm 39:7 But now, Lord, what do I look for? My hope is in you.

Ministry is exhausting work.  Truly truly it is.  Sometimes you just need a break.   2,648 more words

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Six Stanzas for a Harlem Troll

1.

They found him huddled,

Underneath the bridge,

Turned by the ice into a stone,

No longer man, now just a thing.

2.

Men took his body to the morgue, 121 more words

Poetry

The Ugandan Way

I had to take a very long and deep breath before mastering the energy to write this. I want to vent so bad that it will take away that… 485 more words

Life

A Tee-Rex

Your back faces me as we try to fit into your narrow bed.

Our feet and limbs,

Puzzle pieces,

My hair a forest, around your head. 115 more words

Love Lost

'Till the fat lady sings

Aku tidak pernah tahu apa makna pertunjukan yang satu ini. Gedung besar. Panggung megah. Penonton berkelas. Pasang-pasang tua muda bersatu dalam suasana campur aduk. Ada gelak tawa, beberapa yang katanya bermakna, nyanyian berbahasa yang aku tidak mengerti, dan sejumlah tangis haru biru membuat puas para penontonnya. 577 more words

Vision Or Fiction?

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Trisha Brown (b. Aberdeen, Washington)

“I decided I should make the structure as visible as the dancing.”

After graduating from Mills College in Oakland, California, studying with Anna Halprin and teaching at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, Trisha Brown moved to New York City in 1961. 944 more words

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