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Soul Sibling

for Audrey Assad The only thing I knew of you—a song— told of your restlessness to rest in Him, the Lord for whom melodically you long, through lovely singing, as of seraphim. Then I discovered that you wrote and shared … Continue reading

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Color Festival

My role had been observer and reporter, photographer who from afar would shoot, to capture in what seemed to be disorder a beautiful design, for love, not loot. The people and the things that I observed provided me with beauty … Continue reading

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Oblivious

The bright red bird against the deep blue sky, a stunning contrast of the youthful spring, grabbed my attention as I sauntered by the budding tree where he began to sing. I wished to share the beauty that I saw … Continue reading

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Marathon

For Laura B. Before a marathon, we sadly spoke about the human race that’s heading fast to ending in apocalyptic smoke, accelerating from a simple past. And we bemoaned that all of us now face what no one faced in … Continue reading

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Corners

  For Laura B. You hate the world for being so corrupt, so full of malice and of selfishness, for all the bloody conflicts that erupt, for lives condemned to woe and senselessness. You keep on going for your family, … Continue reading

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April Flakes

According to the calendar, it’s spring, but it looks like the sky has not been told, because it’s dropping snow on everything, and air—that’s also uninformed—is cold. Yet as I see the flakes descend, I know this snow may be … Continue reading

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Purpose Vision

for Jennifer B. Your sight was twenty-twenty, but at forty an ailment of your eyes caused it to shrink, so its perfection till that time would shortly, and shockingly, to almost nothing sink. And you felt that your life had … Continue reading

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