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Apr 29, 2010

Your hands tell your story

Your hands are two personal valets that wait on you with absolute commitment from the day you are born until the day they lay you in the ground. They perform all of your mundane tasks with tender care. Tying shoes, buttoning shirts, brushing your teeth, and fixing your hair. Fluffing,...
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Apr 28, 2010

An Early Mother's Day

Vignettes and poems have us pondering motherhood in anticipation of Mother's Day.
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Apr 27, 2010

The Trouble With Being Nice

Being nice is not always the best approach to relationships, especially when one is in a leadership position. Instead, we are called to be genuine, authentic, with the courage to take a stand.
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Apr 26, 2010


In the fall of 2000 I started writing a novel. The only creative writing I had done up to that point in my life was angst-ridden teenage poems and journal entries. I don’t know why the urge hit me when it did, but I can tell you the precise minute...
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Apr 23, 2010

Monster Poetics

Write a poem about some kind of classic monster.
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Apr 23, 2010

Zombies for the Love of God

I don't know what is true or noble or pure or lovely about zombies, but I love zombies. When I was in middle school, I had this crazy teacher at church named Mr. Noah. Really that was his name, and he spent an hour every week decoding the world around...
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