Tag Archives: unbelief

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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I Thought

I thought I heard you breathe, but it was leaves rustling in the wind—simply high pressure and low, changing places, stirring up desert sands. I thought I heard you laugh; but peering through the trees, it was only spring melt … Continue reading

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Predators

If we had seen them coming, we would have locked the door. They preen and pontificate; some even sing while stalking, stealing the souls of our children— replacing those empty sockets with consumptive lies that bleed salvation, spilling it on the floor … Continue reading

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Your God is Too Small

Your god is too small— this science, this rational-dependent mind, this earthbound philosophy. Since when did such a god ever come close to redeeming, ever come close to blessing? Does DNA love me?  Does nuclear fission long for my relationship? … Continue reading

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