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The Pulley -George Herbert

The Pulley

When God at first made man,
Having a glass of blesings standing by;
Let us (said he) pour on him all we can: 123 more words


Love -George Herbert


LOVE bade me welcome; yet my soul drew back,
Guilty of dust and sin.
But quick-eyed Love, observing me grow slack
From my first entrance in, 107 more words



Often, we float through life thinking that nothing can touch us, that we’re invincible. We see life as a gift, freedom as the key to happiness. 237 more words


GS8 at HER on 5.8.15 at 8pm (2018 E Union, Seattle)

The below entities will be performing on Friday.  Please note the various aspects of their identity:

Some information about Erictronic:

Erictronic is a human producer of electronic music who is shyly pushing his own boundaries. 320 more words


The Boy Who Loved Math and the Mom Who Loved Books

Happy Belated World Book Day, everyone (it was last Thursday). Fittingly, on that day, my kids came home with armfuls of new books, their latest shipments from those Scholastic school fliers. 644 more words



After a handful of roadblocks, icy bridges, and potholes that life has thrown at me–i’m finally back to getting some real writing done. Just over 2000 words today.


nigeria at the crossroads

Another piece was penned on the speech that was given by Wole Soyinka at Harvard (USA). In this piece the writer is of the opinion that Soyinka made some strong comments on the Igbo-people in Nigeria. 17 more words