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Finding hope

Hope seems so far today
A heavy blanket of dread
Rests upon my chest and
My hands are cold and blue
As I rest them on my knees… 96 more words

Scattered Words

The Real Black Man

See with your eyes, Hear with your ears

Open your understanding, As the lie clears

The black man has been demonized

The damage from his enemies advertised… 687 more words


Before the Fall

Nimpha’s Bridge, Artist Antonio Mora


Before the Fall

Lay here with me
Under this tree
Before the Fall
Leaves completely
Breaking the spell
Which we lie under… 157 more words

Field Of Thorns

Temporal sanity behind a roaring break-down

How the day went by

in her ocean.

Her waves were arriving;
they even showed a preliminary gush.
I had to leave at that moment, so… 26 more words



This is Part 4 of my Northern Minnesota project.

Paul Eugene Keillor entered the world on the last day of March in 1951. Unlike his father, he was an easy child from the beginning, when he shot out of the birth canal with a minimum of maternal pushing. 754 more words


a thousand years of Jubilee

“When the LORD restored the fortunes of Zion, we were like those who dream.  Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with shouts of joy” 218 more words

Writing & Blogging


notepad, where are you,
are you dreaming gloriously in a field of tantrums, of lore and anger
deranged in margarine bottles of despair
tangerine’s sweetness in sour; I’ll drink you… 590 more words