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The Ark Of Sanity

A reason to read (and reread) WP. If i needed a reason. Hell no, no need for reason when reading Ray. Just read. The Ark Of Sanity The Ark Of Sanity — Read on raynotbradbury.com/2018/11/09/the-ark-of-sanity/

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Indy Reads

Indy Reads is a nonprofit bookstore run to support literacy programs for adults and families in Central Marion County and the City of Indianapolis.  This was my first visit and well worth a trip from anywhere in Central Indiana.  Paperbacks are $5.99 and hardbacks are $6.99 and they have rare books for sale as well. …

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Caladelis Island FL 2017 wave washes ashore abandoned family secrets progress, create more (Day Four White Sands)

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Time Slowly disappears and reappears in a different view Outside the lines I venture out and explore Do I dare?

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The Ring

Have you seen “The Hobbit” movie? Or read the book? I have seen the movie but cannot find the fortitude to make it through the book. I cannot read nor write in such a way as Tolkien. In response to that movie, watching the Lord of the Rings seemed a likely road to take, since…

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Poets as society’s conscious.

Poets as society’s conscious. This is what I was thinking while driving my son to pick up his prescription. I kept the words to myself, eager to get home, and do a quote search to see if anyone has ever thought a similar sentiment. Here is what I found: Sigmund Freud said, from The Interpretation…

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Streaming into my world are answers piling higher the laundry patiently waits washed words eagerly spring forth I am telling you “I’m sorry” your bad news overshadows my good news! My doctor originally told me the biopsy results would take two weeks. I graciously was told a few days ago, that the tissue sample tested,…

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abide in me

two weeks until I hear waiting to know my fate Helpless to change my destiny. It is written. It is. Menopause was suppose to free me Jesus says* “Abide in me… let my words abide in you,” This valley is familiar, Lord the trees have grown See the climb ahead How will I spend each…

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