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When Gordy flees America and the War in Vietnam and takes a job as an English teacher in the Tokyo of the 1960s, he finds he gets a lot more than a mere hourly wage. Read More

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"This is without a doubt the funniest story I've read in a decade. The entire Japanese female persona is laid bare here. Every bit true. Your sto..." Read More

reasoning argument religion dogma Read More

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Poem on how we treat woman and refuse to see comparisons to our own evil and the future of our children Read More
To walk on water or through the flames of hell, the path that one must take to reach the promised land does not deter the frail of heart, the young, the old, or the meek, who seek to breathe free, feel free, and live free. Read More
I cried for each of you last night. My tears reflecting the pain and anguish that such tragedies always leave behind. I cried for each of you not because of what you did or said, but rather simply because I realized how much your families and friends will miss your… Read More

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Inspired by the 5-26-2021 Blood and Flower Full Moon eclipse... Read More

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For how many days must a man endure the indignities and humiliation of being called less then a creature of God, and not equal among men? Read More
beauty is not chosen by me. Read More
We are bombarded with the dos and don’ts of how to get to heaven and walk through Heaven’s Gate. We are lectured and pontificated to. We are groomed, tutored and prepared for an audience before the Master and Creator. Read More

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A poem about how God reaches us Read More

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A special prayer request and some thoughts. Read More

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Fairies have moved into the garden... Read More
In the absence of light, A prediction of sorts. A poem of my dreams And thoughts. Read More
Something inspired by the death of Prince Philip. Read More

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A plant blooms in time for Easter Sunday. Read More

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Poetic afterthought Read More
The mysteries of the universe are reduced to the profound influence of the planets' aspects on solar activity, and then to life on earth. This has actually been demonstrated scientifically in a book by J. H. Nelson, a shortwave radio propagation analyst. Read More

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Own translation of the prayer from the original French. Read More
The path to spiritual growth requires one to go deep. Read More

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Writing as life. Read More

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Thinking of orderly kept gardens and the wild places of the natural world. Read More

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This is a poem I am writing on the top of my head lol but should be great nonetheless haha. Just trying to get back into the swing of things. Read More

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WE COME AND GO... Read More

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From mountain to sea the water way of creation adds in change... Read More

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it's about how you trust his plans while waiting. Read More

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I want to from time to time add Haikus until I get to about 100 of them. Tell me which ones are your favorites and feel free to tell me which ones you think don’t hold well. I’m grateful for your time and open mind. Read More

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Of human life and passing from a pagan perspective. Read More

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My first poem that I have written since my Christian days. It was an attempt to describe what it was like when I lost my faith in God. It is a freeform poem that was written in the middle of a sleepless night. Read More

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This is a myth in the form of a poem. It is meant to be metaphorical, communicating how I am processing my deconversion from Christianity and the fragmented mental state that I was left in after such a monumental change. In this myth, a wanderer finds himself cursed by a… Read More
seeking for the truth of who we are and who God is Read More

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Journal 48 A Collection of New Alliterative Verse by ArchDuke Kenneth Khanh Du “My reflection upon the current climate which send heat waves simmering throughout time.” New Alliterative Verse has five set parameters defined by me: 1. A couplet line poem with 20 lines or less 2. Each line contained… Read More