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Soiled Grief

Graves, ripe with blossoms,

always freshly planted in

our minds.

Eleventh hour -TO

I haven’t always been like this

Haven’t always been in the light

My shadows hold stories I’m not proud of

If they could I’m sure they’d run… 175 more words

Life

Wartime Love 

Author : Arijit Sarkar
She was pretty like the normal things of life,

never the exuberant kind
though he who was wandering in illusions found solace in her eyes.

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Love

Is there life beyond the grave?

What happens at death? The Bible answer is plain: man returns to dust and ceases to be. But the Bible reveals a hope of deliverance. 325 more words

Last Days

Before I Go

Carry me to the edge, high above
The deep, unsteady grave,
As I peer down into my own Stretch
To find my everlasting, my mark, 77 more words

Poetry

No Grave Can Hold My Body Down

This is one of the few choruses they sing at the graveside of those who have died. It is based on the popular scripture from 1 Thes. 201 more words

I - N

Tourist or Pilgrim?

Among other things I learned this week, I learned that the average American college student—quite reasonably—does not often (or ever) think about the notion of pilgrimage. 847 more words

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