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By Mystie Tempest
The prologue to Hunter, Slayer of Covens coming soon...any day now via createspace and Amazon, then soon to other online bookstores, by Mystie Tempest Novels.
Chariss K. Walker, M.Msc., shares thirty plus years of metaphysical study in hopes that, after reading this small book, you'll allow the universe to manifest your dreams and desires.
The universe is constantly conspiring on your behalf to bring those desires into form.
By Leslie Loo
Ever since thirteen years of age, Alex Murphy has been tempted by Satan, so in this monologue, he is confronting him for the bad things he has done.
Something I wrote professing my faith in the divine.
The artist Albert Rublev presumptuously accepts an impossible challenge from a demon. The consequences of failure are unbearable.
Such a simple word. Never sounds absurd.
Never endless chatter, as though didn't matter.
Always cool, refreshing. With thoughts ameshing.
Special time of year. Now it's coming near.
A pitch black forest
Surround by cages
To keep things trapped in.
Weâ€™re always together, never apart. You and I were always one right from the start. I as there when you were born, when you had your first cry. Your first tears, heart breaks, and break ups, I was there for it all. I was even there when you had your first fall. Youâ€™re a very strong...
I wrote this poem for my Wife Suella
Poetry | Updated May 18, 2015 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By J Woods
Who watches and protects
By J Woods
Who answers our prayers
To Bring A Change is a poem about how to change the world or anything with just an idea in mind.
By Wolf Moon
Something I wrote while pondering all the different religious paths and how mine and many others are viewed as evil or wrong.
Essay | Updated Apr 20, 2015 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Ted Gerard
Another passing thought. What do you think?