Monthly Archives: January 2016

Captured!

Your arms surround my body In a melody of joy; Your lips, impressing harmony, Their counterpoint employ. The rhythm of your heartbeats I feel within my chest, As eye to eye we’re seeing The beauty of our best. For love … Continue reading

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Alexandra York’s Magnificent, Lightning Bolt Cliffhanger, “The Innocent”

The story soars, sweeps down to earth; the writing is smooth-winged and hard as a rock. The love-making overflows, not with physical exercise, but with love, is sensuous and ideally meaningful, and beautiful. The drama is tough, the characters life-and-death … Continue reading

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The Motion of Man

Oh, what masterful might is the motion of man When he moves in the light of a purposeful plan, When his head is held upright and shoulders are set For the task that’s self-given to an end that’s not yet, … Continue reading

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Adam Said

Adam said, “The Bible tells us that “God said, ‘Let there be light’ and there was light.” Before that God was in darkness. That means he wasn’t conscious of anything, which means he wasn’t conscious at all. That means that … Continue reading

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Adam and Brute

“So,” says Adam, “you believe in a god?” Brute answers, “Not in ‘a’ god, but in God!” Adam dowses this with, “I’m not concerned with the arbitrary capitalization of ‘g’. That does not create a unique, real being. It is … Continue reading

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Islam is a religion of?

Islam is a religion of peace; it centers on peace, focuses on peace, and it tries with all its might to obliterate peace. It wants all life, all achievement, all freedom, all thought, all happiness, to cease. Not the peace … Continue reading

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More Than Profits

Before we met I loved your smile; I heard your voice, was cheered. I saw you walk and felt your style, And you became endeared. Before we met I loved your hair; I loved your nose and eyes. The rest … Continue reading

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