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Poem of the Week: Beggars Can't Be Choosers

Beggars Can’t Be Choosers
September 26, 2016

They say beggars can’t be choosers, and sadly, I can’t debate,
For time and again, I’ve been in spots that I’ve come to hate— 459 more words


Prayer for September 29

Prayer for September 29: Please pray with me. God of grace and mercy, today we ask that you open our eyes to see and hear the grace and mercy that you give us each and every day.  79 more words



This unfathomable pang of uncertainty mires my brain. My whole being is paralyzed between a rock and a hard place.

My consciousness is the simulacrum of the classic Liar Paradox, that if one ventures in the depths of my being, the only image that will be presented is one large question mark amidst the abyssal darkness of my heart. 229 more words

Looking into the darkness

I have nyctophobia. It is a fear of the darkness. Some people don’t understand this fear. They think that it doesn’t make any sense. There’s nothing in there to be afraid of, right? 235 more words

"prism in tumult"

“prism in tumult”
written on 9.28.16

i live somewhere in between
between lips exhaling hope
and eyes that may or may not
be able to distinguish dreams from reality… 158 more words


Five Lessons Drawn From Recent Emails (Podcast)

Out of some recent emails, I’ve extracted five lessons that are worth remembering. 54 more words