Category Archives: Poetry

The Withered Hand Retracts

Those who grew up singing hymns may notice similarities between those songs of yore and the writing style I adopted for this poem. I don’t like singing hymns but I cannot deny the talent and the Spirit-filled way in which those writers were able to convey a message of truth to a lost and dying […] Continue reading

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Shiver Slave

I wrote this poem about 8 years ago while working night shift making printing plates. My supervisor was lax enough that I could frequently get away with breaking the monotony of my work duties by penning epics such as this. In remembering the writing of this poem, I can only recall that it came so […] Continue reading

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God is so unpharIsee

Several astute readers have pointed out the seeming discrepancy between my two most recent blogs posted before this one. In one blog I identified the reason for my hesitancy in committing to Xenos- cussing. In the next blog I posted a diatribe written by me while I still attended a church of the institution- and […] Continue reading

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Harbinger…but not of Doom.

I’m prefacing the main entry of this blog with a few notes. First, the reader should be aware that I originally penned this in approximately 2003.  At that time I was still largely connected to the institutional church- I even wrote it during a Sunday morning service! In trying to recall what it was that […] Continue reading

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