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Poem-a-Day 2016 Writer’s Digest Challenge #30. Theme: Dead End

Till the Last Cul-De-Sac

“It is a long road spiked with thorns and briars and pitfalls and problems.”  (Spencer W. Kimball, the Twelfth Prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, on “the road of repentance”) 576 more words

Poem-a-Day 2016 Writer’s Digest Challenge #28. Theme: Important (blank)

Important Relationships

From my father,
I learned a man could be just as happy
with a daughter, as with a son.

From my mother,
I learned a woman could have a career and family, 108 more words

The reality inside you vs outer world

“The first cause of the Universe — whatever you name it, God or something else — could only have created the physical substance but not reality itself. 254 more words

Philosophy Of Mind And Cognitive Science

Poem-a-Day 2016 Writer’s Digest Challenge #24. Theme: Lost and Regained

One Woman:  Three Stories

She’d prayed for him to come home
from the desert,
but when that prayer, that plea—
that form of collective bargaining… 164 more words

Imagining Wisdom from the Inside Out

Bill Powell —

This article serves as an introduction to a planned offering of periodic personal musings on the notion of wisdom. Thought will be forthcoming and more questions than answers may be generated. 1,770 more words

Philosophy And Religion

Poem-a-Day 2016 Writer’s Digest Challenge #20. Theme: Things Left Unsaid

What She Left Unsaid

Why she wouldn’t date a man whose culture shocked hers
Her unrequited love for a happily married man

When she lost her husband’s faith… 207 more words

Poem-a-Day 2016 Writer’s Digest Challenge #17. Theme: Haiku (or a poem about a haiku)

Sins as Virtues:  In Haiku

Lust

Spark that ignites an
unquenchable thirst for wife—
gift given by God.

Greed

Better provider
for family, willing not… 68 more words