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Psalm 137, 2 Oct 16; Babylon

Note: The readings this week are from Lamentations, with the alternative choices of Psalms 137, the subject of this post, or 37. See an earlier… 301 more words


Celebration? Lamentation?

(a pocketful of questions)

Note from author: Serendipity. I found this quite by accident today. Truer than ever.

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by P. R. 1,099 more words

Voices Of The Valley

Psalm 79, 18 Sep 2016

This song by Asaph voices a communal lament for the defeat of Jerusalem, seeking safety and justice until the people can “give thanks forever from generation to generation”.  496 more words


Rothmans Gold 25g

The individual I could call my first boyfriend wasn’t a good boy. (I attempt to say this without referring to the term ‘bad boy’ and the grossly inaccurate assumption that all girls want one.) Even now he isn’t a good man.  617 more words

But Why?

I could lament the lack of other souls.
But why? I’m here.
And that’s my goal.

I could be walking slow, sulking spine
and head hanging down. 9 more words


Psalm 69

Sometimes themes and verses are repeated so often in the psalms that it’s hard to find new inspiration. In Psalm 69, we hear again the laments and prayers of someone who feels enmity, opposition, slander and loneliness, the while giving thanks for merciful love and safety in divine provision. 200 more words


THE END: Another X


I’ve already come to accept that the reason I created this blog was because of my ex, and that everything I’ve ever posted on this blog was because of my ex , and even now as I’m typing these characters the only thing on my mind is my ex. 552 more words