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“More Resources” by Alan Blenkhorn

It is kind of funny You can live without money It’s easy Come with me To churches with lunch and dinner You can even be a sinner Soup kitchens Salvation Army and the mission Helping hands They really understand If … Continue reading

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“There is nothing funny about hunger” by Alan Blenkhorn

I’ve got the facts under my hat Acted crazy all day and they didn’t put me away Exaggerated feelings, function and emotions Collided in the commotion Boring Nothing showing In a pout, I’m missing out Something is stimulating our minds … Continue reading

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“An Oddity” by Harry Kuhn

As I look at my watch curious thoughts pass through my mind. It is a pocket watch, which is not typical in these days, but that is not what I think of most when I gaze at the face of … Continue reading

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“The Phoenix” by Maggie Sue Traynor

From the egg and from the womb, she is born into this world. Time for her to be taught the survival techniques needed For her to rise and survive in this world. Life starts off to be rather enjoyable; everything … Continue reading

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“As Remembrance Day approaches” by Maggie Sue Traynor

As Remembrance Day approaches, the time we set aside To honour and remember Our Vets with Integrity and Pride. You did your tour of duty and yet you still must fight, In honour of an agreement to protect our human … Continue reading

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“Get me out of this place!” by PCAW

From Week 3, Setting. Where am I? When I laid down last night, I was inside my tent beside a rippling lake, with a cooling breeze fluttering the tent flaps. This is–how can I explain it?–something akin to a marshmallow … Continue reading

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“The beauty of art, the beauty of life” by Maggie Sue Traynor

The blank canvas that will soon be turned into a beautiful Masterpiece. As GOD takes his beautiful creation and molds it into His own beautiful masterpiece, Just like the artist with the canvas, Only GOD will know the outcome of … Continue reading

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“City Life” by Harry Kuhn

Fiction based on a true event. Era 1985, approximately.    Tom looked around the subway car in confusion.  He was unable to understand why none of the dozen men and women sitting about the car appeared to be  paying attention … Continue reading

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“Addiction” by Shane

He was a friend but he really put a strain on it and today was the day that you would tell him about the real world.  The closer you get the more you want to turn around and go away. … Continue reading

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“Home” by Dan Lenard

The alone lead solitary lives, and sometimes suffer from loneliness. This is not good living. A new economy of human inter-relationships will build more healthy neighborhoods, and will inspire the community to thrive. Getting to know your neighbor lessens isolation. … Continue reading

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