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The Serpent

A serpent lies dormant in my chest

It wraps itself around my ribs, sleeping.

When I think of all my failings

It slips down, landing heavily on my gut… 78 more words


Book Review - The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry

Breathe in the briny Essex air in this Victorian escapade. It’s London, 1893, Cora Seaborne is happily widowed and dances into her new passion – being an amateur naturalist. 329 more words


At one with the serpent

With the juggle being nature’s most biodiverse region, you have to watch out for snakes. Costa Rica’s deadliest snake is the Terciopelo. If you happen to run into one, it could spell the end of your travels. 746 more words

Phillip Medhurst presents designs for Genesis by Burne-Jones 17/25 the temptation

From “The beginning of the world; twenty-five pictures by Edward Coley Burne-Jones” (British, 1833-1898). The unfinished designs were completed by Stephen Catterson-Smith (Irish, 1849-1912). Publisher: Longmans, Green & co. 21 more words


Curses from the garden

The curses from the garden

As a part of the creation story in Genesis, the LORD God lets mankind know what the issues are that probably most of you go through. 472 more words


DayBreaks for 7/12/17 - Busted Snakes and Clutter

DayBreaks for 7/12/17: Busted Snakes and Clutter

From the DayBreaks archive, July 2007:

Hezekiah was a man of God.  He’s not one of the better-known characters in the Scripture.  638 more words

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