The day before work – David Mellor

The day before work – David Mellor

Here’s something many people in overtiring circumstances might find particularly relatable–though each in their own way. We found it to be a friend. Enjoy.   ___ The day before work All of a sudden the air becomes thin And the glee of jumping out of work on Friday like a drunken chimpanzee is gone Instead …

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Talk of Hammers and Crosses – by Edward Bishop

Talk of Hammers and Crosses – by Edward Bishop

Though you may or may not agree with or understand Edward’s view-and-relation of his experience, this is a compelling story nonetheless. Knowing others comes through listening to their experiences. Knowing the world comes through the same. Enjoy: ____________   Talk of Hammers and Crosses   This is a tale about a hammer, and what that …

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Theme Update – Unity of Lost Souls

Theme Update – Unity of Lost Souls

Hi there, You’ve either come here of your own volition and intuition–your curiosity–or you’ve seen our flyers scattered about. Either way, please read.   Unity Among Lost Souls     The same wind that caressed the faces of our ancestors crosses our paths and waves like a distant friend. The very atoms that make up …

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Mannheim, Musgord – by Jack D. Harvey

Mannheim, Musgord – by Jack D. Harvey

These two poems are the first of the several we received from Jack Harvey. They have a particularly whimsical, yet serious nature which threatens to bubble out from beneath their seams at any moment. More to come. Enjoy! ___ Mannheim Mannheim went mad one morning, before they brought his coffee and bun                staring out …

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The Food Upon Which Others Feast – by Thomas Elson

The Food Upon Which Others Feast – by Thomas Elson

This story carries a chilling note of the thought-provoking. Please, enjoy the read. We certainly did. ___________ THE FOOD UPON WHICH OTHERS FEAST by Thomas Elson We mapped this route generations earlier, and irrespective of origin, the path is the same for everyone. We also dictated a hierarchy: We, the vanguards, would watch the votaries …

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