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SECOND BLESSING

CHAPTER ONE SHE WAITED FOR REVIVAL TO begin. Sitting on the right-hand side of the Damascus Southern Baptist Church, near the middle of the fourth pew. A gold plaque stuck on each end sanctified TO THE LOVING MEMORY OF ARTHUR … Continue reading

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Attempt

Let us pretend Life doesn’t end. There’s no war, No keeping score.   Nobody grows old, Hungry or cold, There’s always enough When life’s rough.   No one knows Pain or woes, People aren’t shun Seen as one.   Life … Continue reading

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Still

The dead can’t see Sniff, hear, sip, feel. There’s nowhere to be There’s nothing that’s real. They’ve escaped life’s sorrow, Not anxious about tomorrow. The dead don’t cry. Wonder when they die. John Northcutt Young From The Complete Poems of … Continue reading

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