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2 Catholic Poems of Faith and Discovery: Dialogue In Fever, In Scripture, My Lord Speaks; and Fire in the Soul, Ongoing

Dialogue in Fever, in Scripture, My Lord Speaks
“Have you told the sun to rise?
Have you commanded rivers to flow?
Do the trees call your name when… 943 more words

Poetry, Pubished Yes And No

Poem: On A Blueberry Plain

On A Blueberry Plain
Thick, bramble and blackberry, rhododendron, scrub pine,
A line of wisteria holding it fast to the vines from tree to tree, 274 more words

Poetry, Pubished Yes And No

Lynching In Oconee

Moore’s Ford Lynching, 7.26.1946 Version 2

There aren’t a lot of prayers rising

I ain’t sung before, at least sincere,

Hang me in a meadow for my soul… 200 more words

Poetry, Pubished Yes And No

To turn the other cheek means to hold your ground, do not give in to oppression

TO TURN THE OTHER CHEEK IS TO STAND STRONG TO NOT GIVE IN
The more wounded we become
the more the shame rounds us up, 491 more words

Poetry, Pubished Yes And No

GLUTEN AND CORN FREE COOKIES, BISCUITS AND FRUITED VINEGAR DRINK

YOU AND ME BABY, WE STICK LIKE GLUE(TEN)
(WHEAT AND ALCOHOL FREE, A TREAT FOR ALL SEASONS)

There’s a change in the weather and there’s a change in the way we eat today. 2,566 more words

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PRETTY POLLY BROKE HER CHAINS (THEY HATE OUR FREEDOM)

PRETTY POLLY BROKE HER CHAINS (THEY HATE OUR FREEDOM)
Lotta dust getting trapped in the sweat on my face,
A muscle swings unstrung, strong & it hurts like yesterday. 1,656 more words

Poetry, Pubished Yes And No

India, part 3. Dhal and Khima (pigeon peas, pink lentils, meatballs with dried apricot

HAVING A BALL MY DHALING?

In the most beautiful of times, Autumn, we crave hearty and easy to heat or reheat foods. In Southern tradition the tailgate, campfire, back porch and by the fire foods have to be able to rest easy to eat, keep warm and/or fit inside a bun. 1,812 more words

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