Monthly Archives: June 2015

‘Regenesis’

 “What is this place, Dad? Those smooth, polished stones in the weeds aren’t random, are they? They seem to be arranged in a grid-like pattern.”     “Quite right, son. They are called ‘grave markers’. Archeologists believe that in the … Continue reading

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Life can parallel art

In O Henry’s ‘The gift of the Magi’; a husband and wife of modest means seek to give their spouse a meaningful holiday gift (with their limited finances). She wants to buy him a fancy gold chain to use with … Continue reading

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‘Death wears many suits’

He creeps, and he lurks;  the soul-taker lies in wait.  Like a morbid statistician;  anxious for your death date.  Punctual in his appointments: Death dons a clever disguise.  When your hourglass runs out, he pounces before you realize.  At times … Continue reading

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‘Effigies Of Soil’

On Titan’s isle of Bronze; in forgotten days of yore. Mother Nature’s fertile arc created life as never before. From deep inside the Earth Talos summoned carnal Fire. Aeolus sent a mighty Wind, to fan the embers higher. The Spirit … Continue reading

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‘You’re going to need pants’

So… you say that you want to rule the world some day? Here’s some helpful advice: you’re going to need pants.  No matter how well or thought-out the plan you have is, or the number of bullet points in your … Continue reading

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‘Golden shears’

Golden shears slice up the Earth.  Severed into manageable pieces. Nations weave the fabric of lives but many fall into the creases. Boundaries and borders separate. An imaginary line holds us apart. Customs and philosophy dictate; like coloring within lines … Continue reading

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‘Father Ra’

Ra’s radiant sun disk heats up the desert sky. His omnipotence absolute. Power impossible to deny. To extinguish his flame; all creatures would die. ——– Racing across the horizon; sailing aboard a golden ark. Descending to the underworld to deliver … Continue reading

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