Monthly Archives: October 2022

“My All Hallows Eve”

An excerpt from “A View From The Quiet Corner”. An autumn eve has fallen. Through my window I gazed entranced. Wisps of gossamer clouds propelled by gentle winds intermittently mask the features of a harvest moon. These passing veils are … Continue reading

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The Challenge for Christ

Christ’s challenge was not Satan, but, rather, human weakness. He experienced all that we do except He never gave in to the inherent abuse of the senses. Hunger, thirst, unfulfilled can acquiesce to some threat or reward. Satan is not … Continue reading

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A View

Following is an excerpt from my book on poems as seen above, published in 2009. “A Coach’s Lament” While silently reclined there is much that comes to mind. Sounds and visions of seasons past, one had thought would always last. … Continue reading

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