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The American Way

grass unmowed what will the neighbors say neat lines, I wish made a distinct presence on my yard however, so unevenly displaying to the outside the imperfection inside the house which mustn’t be exposed; for this is the American way!

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A Leaf’s Life

wind whipping wildly affecting the leaves of the trees like a crop against a mare’s hind lashing and impeding the beauty and origin of a leaf’s duty: to catch the rays Or wistfully whirling engaging the presence of a sinister

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So Says the Daisy to the Sun

  “What if I were to say,”says the daisy to the sun, “that I will not bare my beauty to the world if you do not shine down upon me more often.” So says the sun to the mere daisy,”my

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Why We Long

In life, and in humanity specifically, there is a global longing; there is a pull for something more, an innate yearning that is woven into the DNA of all people. It is everywhere, and people attempt to fill this “void”

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Refuting McCloskey: “On Being an Atheist”

This essay will discuss and refute the atheistic views of H. J. McCloskey as mentioned in his article “On Being an Atheist.” It will cover McCloskey’s referring to the cosmological argument, teleological argument, and argument from design as invalid “proofs”

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Grasping Faith

There was a time not long ago yesterday, maybe a week ago that all seemed understandable; I had it all figured out Grasping and understanding all that is and is to come; Oh, how I understood Today, tomorrow and moving

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Exhaustion

  Bone-crumbling, back-breaking, mind-numbing… exhaustion Thought-deterring, stomach-churning, all-encompassing… exhaustion Sleepy-eyes, stumbling-gait, cognition-subsiding… exhaustion Bed-is-calling… exhaustion

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