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A Version of Dante's Inferno in All of Our Minds

My freshman year English professor always gave examples of books, epics, poems, and short stories that she thought every young adult should read. Truth is, if we listen to all the suggestions that all of our professors give us on readings, we would find ourselves reading for the following ten years. 788 more words

Continuation Day, June 17, 2015

Our friend, Kate O’Shea passed away on July 17.

On our birthdays, Thich Nhat Hanh encourages us to say “Happy Continuation Day!” The day we are born is not a totally fresh beginning of new life, but a continuation of life. 386 more words


Behold, the golden skull!

Well, I finally did it. Melted 1lb. of  good copper, combined it with 2oz. of aluminum and created this. An Aluminum Bronze mini skull.

Haven’t been able to weigh it yet, but I suspect that it weighs at least 5oz. 63 more words


Aged Thirteen and Late in Bed

(Written at 13, re-written at 20 and found in the archives at 30-and-a-bit)

Aged thirteen and late in bed,
I realised that one day I’d be dead. 221 more words


Old Things

I like to go look at old things on bad days
To rummage through people’s used stuff
Usually at the goodwill or salvation army… 207 more words

My Poems

Karen? No, Cherem! - Part 2

NEWS FLASH!!! Acts: Volume 8 of Heavenly Citizens in Earthly Shoes is now available from CreateSpace (paperbacks) and Kindle (eBooks). Click on the link to the right of this page to go to Amazon and place your order. 510 more words

Church Age

Manor Grounds: Serendipity Pond

Sam was always afraid of the water, he never wanted to be near that water. His brothers always teased him about it, and would often throw him into the pond in the backfield. 976 more words

Afterlife Institutions