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Not here

There’s courage involved if you want to become truth.  There is a broken- open place in a lover.  Where are those qualities of bravery and sharp compassion in this group?  What’s the use of old and frozen thought?  I want … Continue reading

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Laughter came from every brick

Just these two words He spoke changed my life, “Enjoy Me.” What a burden I thought I was to carry – a crucifix, as did He. Love once said to me, “I know a song, would you like to hear … Continue reading

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The Prodigal Son

A contemplation on a poem by Rudyard Kipling Here come I to my own again, Fed, forgiven and known again, Claimed by bone of my bone again And cheered by flesh of my flesh. The fatted calf is dressed for … Continue reading

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The Parting

The Parting A poem by Justme

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