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Writer’s Digest November Poem-a-Day 2017 Challenge #23. Theme: Preface

Today being Thanksgiving (or Turkey Day, if you hate the history behind the holiday), I say, I am grateful for everything I have, while realizing that it’s okay to want more, because if none of us ever wanted more than what we have, we would stop trying, perhaps even losing what we already have in the process. 670 more words

Writer’s Digest November Poem-a-Day 2017 Challenge #22. Theme: (Blank) Day

Atonement Day

The day was not special,
but for the One whose death made it so.
And though His blood should be on our hands, 57 more words

Flawless

For most of us, practically all our lives, we’ve been told repeatedly how imperfect we are. We may have been admonished for being flawed, shamed for being mere humans. 1,426 more words

Life

Writer’s Digest November Poem-a-Day 2017 Challenge #21. Theme: Deconstruction/Reconstruction

Deconstructing Sarah

Constructed of the genes of my co-creators–
the sassy Black Irish,
the passive, graying Scandinavian (could’ve sworn Dad was French)–
I end up a shade of Romanian white, 251 more words

Writer’s Digest November Poem-a-Day 2017 Challenge #16. Theme: Poem to the World

Dear World,

I believe you are older than they say you are. You’re looking rough in spots, but aging gracefully in others. I get that people can be real pimples—pimples you try to wash away through floods, exfoliate with earthquakes, or cauterize with wildfires. 473 more words

BSF Bible References for the Book of John (Lesson 29)

BSF® Lesson 29
Scripture Memory Verse
“Then Jesus told him, ‘Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet… 69 more words

Philosophy And Religion

Writer’s Digest November Poem-a-Day 2017 Challenge #5. Theme: Self-Destruct

She Lived

The sole survivor of the crash,
she found herself on the path of self-destruction–
“spared for a reason,” they said–
making her feel she had to be all that the others… 93 more words