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Eyes

Eyes, eyes, eyes
They have a mind of their own
It is judgement’s quick disguise
Of what is presently shown.

Eyes, eyes, eyes
They leave no room for question… 30 more words

Poetry

SCRIPT FOR TODAY: PDCP- 07/31/15- "The LORD Isn't Dragging His Feet!" (2 Peter 3:9)

SCRIPT FOR TODAY: 07/31/15- “The LORD Isn’t Dragging His Feet!” (2 Peter 3:9)

Premise Question: Ultimately, what’s really at stake and what is the final outcome going to sound and look like for the righteous, who are members in good standing of The Company of The Redeemed, and for the wicked, who are not members of The Company of The Redeemed? 786 more words

Encouragement

Every Woman Is Alexis Frulling

When I first heard about Alexis Frulling, I was quick to disgust. For the few of you in the universe who don’t know her, she’s a woman who got recorded having a threesome with two male friends/faux cowboys in a back alley downtown in my city, Calgary, during Stampede. 2,749 more words

Feminism

Did you post it on Facebook? No? Then it doesn't count.

In light of this age of social media, where we (apparently) judge everyone’s character by what they do and do not post on social media, I feel the need to lay this down.   733 more words

Your Stereotype poem

I am not your stereotype
I’m a girl but I’m not weak
I’m black but I’m not violent
I’m a teenager but I’m not reckless… 143 more words

Poems

Hoping for that Snooky sucker punch.

There is something about being born in Southern California that keeps you from using the word “Cali” in a sentence.

That has always been the big three of identifying a tourist or worse, someone trying to pretend they were born here. 505 more words