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A Haiku for the NC Morning.

Dawn again broken,
The fauna and flora sing:
Be, rather than seem.

by Abigail Taylor

“Virtute enim ipsa non tam multi praediti esse quam videri volunt.”  … 44 more words

The Lenoir Voice

‘Love is not enough’

Encountering a disturbing view of the Christian faith

By Art Sherwood

PATTERSON, N.C. – Last week was a wonderful week, celebrating the 241st birthday of the United States. 991 more words

North Carolina

A Poem on My Place Among Nature

A Disturbance

by Abigail Taylor

I disturbed a little bird’s peace,
when I sat at the car port table
to read a few lines before dark. 82 more words

The Lenoir Voice


he flicks the ashen remains of his cigarette
right into the forever of a gray night,
he’s got a cracked tooth,
‘can see it when his lips hint of a smile, 460 more words


and she rages against them.

Round faces, round eyes –
washed of innocence,
that’s not how it’s supposed to be.
A story unheard of,
suffering – is there something beyond that? 192 more words


Soul Speak

A poem at Pentecost

By Michael M. Barrick

For Christians that follow a liturgical calendar, Pentecost is a commemoration of the beginning of the church, as read about in… 269 more words

Appalachian Chronicle