Monthly Archives: May 2016

One step closer to Eden — Cristian Mihai

Originally posted on Proverbs and Providence: Awake from the north and come from the south! Blow upon My garden and let its spices flow. Let My beloved come to his garden and partake of its precious fruit. — Song of … Continue reading

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Lessons From The Elderly — Discover

“I looked down at my now sleeping Mom. She was laying there naked faced, no lipstick, her thinning hair completely flattened and messy, and wrapped in a flimsy, faded hospital gown. And, I thought she had never looked more beautiful … Continue reading

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Two New WordPress.com Bloggers on ‘Diving into the Giant Pool of the Blogosphere’ — WordPress.com News

Two new bloggers explain how they launched their blog, Attempting Vogue, on WordPress.com a few weeks ago. via Two New WordPress.com Bloggers on ‘Diving into the Giant Pool of the Blogosphere’ — WordPress.com News

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Three Stories on Myth and Superstition — Longreads Blog

Friday, May 13th is the only “Friday the 13th” in 2016. Enjoy these three stories on myth and superstition. via Three Stories on Myth and Superstition — Longreads Blog

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Tsunami — Darkland Poetry

This (and any of my work) is available in my new Etsy shop via Tsunami — Darkland Poetry

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Robert Johnson Hellhound On My Trail lyrics

I got to keep moving, I got to keep moving Blues falling down like hail, blues falling down like hail Mmm, blues falling down like hail, blues falling down like hail And the day keeps on remindin&#… Source: Robert Johnson … Continue reading

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Sell your heart — Cristian Mihai

In 1938 aspiring author Frances Turnbull sent a copy of one of her stories to Francisc Scott Fitzgerald. In the feedback he offers her there’s one great piece of advice: “You’ve got to sell your heart, your strongest reactions, not … Continue reading

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Honey Coated Misery — Darkland Poetry

This (and any of my work) is available in my new Etsy shop via Honey Coated Misery — Darkland Poetry

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What victory looks like. — A Call To The Remnant

I think it is hard for many people to separate what victory means and what victory looks like. Look at Jesus on the cross. Nailed up there, rejected, tortured, stripped naked, taken outside the city to the garbage dump, and … Continue reading

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