Monthly Archives: January 2018

Words

Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
Bits and pieces, simple strokes here and there with power to slice to the heart, to dismember and wound, power to elevate to the skies, to…

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The Peace That Doesn’t Come

I swallowed up your fictions, building great thoughts and paradigms on them to support the framework of my soul’s integrity—because I thought they were true. Really true. Truer than the dusty time-tested, grime-infested mores of another lifetime. Rusty religion. And … Continue reading

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The Wounded

Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
We are the wounded. We are the ones whose histories have been rewritten, critiqued and re-configured, pushed through the grids of others— those who think they…

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A Henri Nouwen Quotation

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The basic meaning of care is to grieve, to experience sorrow, to cry out with [ .. . . ]  We tend to look at caring…

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Ambience #2

Originally posted on Apronhead:
The wagon I used for the weathered shot, I used here, too. See it is degenerating more and more as we speak! (Interesting that I am not allowed to post pics on this blog anymore since I filled up my … Continue reading

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In Black and Light

Originally posted on Apronhead:
A candle to push back the darkness, but the tricky thing is that as light comes it burns, burns the imperfections away–ashes left behind. Can I not have the illumination without the pain? The process? If…

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