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Cigarettes and Lollipops

I ate ten lollipops today. A lot of sugar for a life lacking sweetness for so long. Cloudcoat on Whitehall, beautiful obscure white sky nothing but roofs under which happy families reside. A lucky clip here and there… hope no … Continue reading

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Feather: A Poem

It should be a fond remembrance of you. Yet I leave it on the sidewalk isolated, trampled, wet, dirty the way I felt when I was with you You were tickled, nurtured, aroused I was angry, resentful, disinterested You felt … Continue reading

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FAITH

I found a shiny penny on the sidewalk. I was walking home from window shopping, admiring all of the things that I could now afford. I came home without any of those items, one clip of a cigarette that I … Continue reading

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Fearless

  God gave us dominion over all small creatures. But we could learn lessons from them. As I sat on a park bench, a field mouse darted out from underneath and scampered about, around my feet. He got so close, … Continue reading

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