August 2018

2018 is a weird year with weirdly proportioned months. January felt like eternity, remember? Although we all testify to that and swear the rest of the months swooped by, I raise you a worthy, equally droned out contender. August.This month I:- preached at our youth group- taught elementary kids for two weeks- finished another script!- …

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Fragmented

parts that make upThe planet,beneath all the bedazzlement we builtThe thin layer of gold  and greedfloating on broken plates in a manner that's anythingbut peacefulits inhabitants do everythingto resemble a wholeeven though  their mother, the Earthface a turmoil insidewhen the parts meet each otherand scratch and glideDear planet.Teach us to dance with your grooveTo accept that …

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