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Stir

Scraping grave remnants,
the woman’s canceled bones stir–
You will know my name.
John Biscello

Asmodeus #19: Grave

even the red and yellow leaves

dance

when they fall

on top of

her grave.

Writing

The Grave of Ann Toll (Archive Image #3081, Mourning & Memorial)

The grave of Ann Toll (died 1890) in Australia, circa 2017. Photo credit: Lindsay Clark.

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Write On My Heart Every Word

When Fanny Crosby wrote this song, little did she know that throughout the decades to come men and women would begin detaching themselves from earth and its trophies as they choose instead to search relentlessly for something more precious to write upon their hearts – something that will give lasting peace and joy.

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Raw (2016)

I’ve spent many nights contemplating the tenacity of Raw – how it dares to take something so cruel and make it so intimate. At its crux, it captures the human body’s ability to adapt to change. 768 more words

Film Reviews

Barrenjoey Lighthouse & Its Luckless Early Keepers

At the northern end of the Pittwater Peninsula, Barrenjoey Headland commands the entrance to Broken Bay, the Hawkesbury River and The Pittwater. Throughout the 19th century The Pittwater ( 1,530 more words

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