Monthly Archives: July 2013

Bandera- A Poem

Every blade of grass comes armed with some spear, barb or spike And the soil is only a thin blanket covering a bed of limestone Where the dry winds and the burning heat Bake the fields like bread in an … Continue reading

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Icarus

There are days when I push carelessly beyond the bounds of my own mortality Brushing against the edge of the heavens in the frantic flight of my own fancy And I try to capture the moon and stars while ascending … Continue reading

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The City Becomes a Desolation: Jeremiah 7:27-8:3

    Jeremiah 7: 27-8:3  27 So you shall speak all these words to them, but they will not listen to you. You shall call to them, but they will not answer you. 28 You shall say to them: This … Continue reading

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What I Learned About Myself, Life and God from My Divorce: Part 1

On July 1, 2010 my marriage of almost 13 years with two children officially ended. For those who have been through or are going through the process of divorce you know that this journey, which for me was unwanted, begins … Continue reading

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The Scars of the Past

We all bear the marks of Mistakes made that cannot be undone Hearts broken by betrayal Regrets of roads not taken Days when dreams are dashed False hopes that proved to be illusions And the wear and tear of life … Continue reading

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Looking Back

Looking back through the photos of another lifetime ago Looking at this young man with the belief that he will go out and conquer the world That the struggles of the moments are merely obstacles to be overcome And the … Continue reading

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