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Along the Road: Day Twenty`Eight

By the fire`light
the young poet stood
to recite his modest ballad
a lamentation of love grown cold
an imprecation on the lust
of the insatiable`self… 92 more words



I remember my affliction and my wandering, the bitterness and the gall. I well remember them, and my soul is downcast within me. Yet this I call to mind and therefore I have hope:

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Lamentation #56

Heart is glowing–

See its shining.

From the scratches that bruises him

Kintsugi, name of the regain.

In Japan, some craftsman practice the 500-year-old art of kintsugi or “golden joinery”.

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Praise God.. His timing is good. How fitting that it’s the turn of the book as I come back from camp. Moving onto the book of Lamentation, which is the only book that contains solely of laments. 258 more words

Journal/ Reflection

gethsemane isn't forever

It’s been as long as it had to have been since I’ve written. 29 Mondays.

For those of you who don’t know, I set out to publish one article every Monday in 2017, I wrote from January to April before giving up, (a minor accomplishment). 1,009 more words


Ladies and gentlemen…

Boys and girls…

With much gratitude that you have stopped by this post…

Although there are a couple lines I’ve added between 3/3-4/18 AD, the following original poem was originally written during 2/17-27/18 AD, and I had–unlike a fair amount of previous posts–originally wrote it down with a pencil on one of my notebooks. 2,465 more words

Poesy Peak

Recall God’s Love To Renews Your Hope

Devotion for Sunday March 4, 2018

Topic: Recall God’s Love To Renews Your Hope

Text: Lamentations 3:21 – 36

Having stated his distress and temptations (3:1ff), Jeremiah shows what gave him courage and hope to stand firm in our bible reading for today. 236 more words