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Poem / Poetry

August 15, 2017

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Not my best work, but this is about being over confident. Some people need to be humbled. I hate when people are cocky. It's best to be modest and humble. You'll look like such a fool if you are bragging all the time and then fail at something. Read More

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A prayer I wrote for the man I once loved so passionately. April 26, 2010. Read More

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To reveal a secret, you must first delve into the depths of your own desires. Read More

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This is a short summary of who I am and what I believe in so that those who read my short stories, essays or articles will know more about the man behind the words. Read More
The tale of a woman with self inferiority and raised in moderate family and when she graduated, she was offered employment as a kindergarten teacher.Throughout her career, she was busy with her life in vilient, city. What is the result when a mate is unprecedented ? Continue taking this story… Read More
Compares a carpenter who builds homes in this life to the carpenter's Son who builds homes in the next life for all those who believe in Him. Read More

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We are who we are and no one should try to change us unless it is to bring out the good in us. This poem is about that exactly, being told to change when there was no need to change. Read More

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The tale of a humble man Read More

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descrbing the girl of your dreams i so simple Read More

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This poem describes how one must always be humble and help others out. Read More
A Chronicle style tale of a man of legend in his world. Follow his past present and future stories in this semi blog format, where not only L.J. Stevans posts but others from his life posts about and sometimes to him. His beginnings appear humble but his life turns on… Read More

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A poem about my wife who no matter what loves me even though I can be hard headed sometimes.. Wives don't get enough credit.. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 04, 2010

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Being a peace with yourself as much as is possible. Read More
What happnes when you get to proud Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 03, 2009

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An exploration of personal reasons to be grateful and smile! Read More

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The United States is not found in biblical prophecy. This article relates the interpretation of 2 Chronicles 7:14 to Israel, the nation to whom this prophecy was directed by God. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 11, 2008

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On the greyest landscape of your mind Is where you will discover a haven Haunted and hushed by fearful beliefs. In the most tranquil chamber of your heart Is where you will perceive a voice That calls to sincerity and exalts a humble soul. In valleys and on hills moulded… Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 27, 2008

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Comments: 28

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something i had always been pondering...read on and tell me what you think Read More

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Erm, about me, buckling up courage to be more...erm, socialble around an old crush. Read More

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Comments: 5

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written by: Mark Nichols - I wanted to post this today because tomorrow will be the aniversary of the last time I saw him in the pysical apperatus. He passed into the next life Oct. 24th 2003 at the age of 43 Read More

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