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Anger’s End

                                                                                —Matthew 5:21, 22                                                         He called you what? Anger is no excuse.                   Call it what it is: nothing short of abuse.                   Not free will. Merely ill will running loose.                                      When anger comes between him and his … Continue reading

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                                                              Tell me the lie                   that dances and sings                                                instead of the truth                               that stings.                  

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Plagiarism: A Prosaic Contemplation

“Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal. … Bad poets deface what they take.” — T.S. Eliot, quoted in Word Theft, an article by Ruth Graham about plagiarism in poetry I watched. For hours I watched. Another day, then another day … Continue reading

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