Monthly Archives: September 2011

blood and birthday cake

she drew blood shelving young adult graphic novels the girl scout leader had neosporin in her locker and bandages in the left drawer in the kitchen holding her bloody finger under running water she moans “the blood will run before … Continue reading

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Happy 41st Anniversary!

we are going into the desert to celebrate my parent’s 41st wedding anniversary! land is the theme for the 41st… no flowers, no gems the travails towards togetherness, friendship, companionship and the deep honorable child’s bow to her mother and … Continue reading

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Hangeul, Korean Calligraphic Art of Jung Do-jun

His poems are profound and curious… written in Korean script (not Chinese) “Like a Lotus Flower” (2006) Like a lion unfazed by a sudden noise, like wind uncaught in a net, like a lotus flower unsoiled by mud: march forward … Continue reading

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Horoscopes and Good News

This mornining, i followed these pages through 2Corinithians 2:15 and 3:1-6. i am watching a pattern of reading daily horoscopes coexist with a yearning for good news in (the) everyday. It reads, 14: ” in Christ and through us spreads … Continue reading

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He(brews)11:3_By Faith

Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. This is what the ancients were commended for. By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that … Continue reading

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