Showtime, thought David as he crested the hill. Through the faceplate and the shimmering waves of heat coming off the broken concrete, he could see the half-collapsed bridge. A faded red flag hung from a pole tied to the middle support; as it moved in the breeze, he … view
there are stories in the dirt.
everything which has ever drawn breath whispers its echoing aches
and ecstasy back to the dirt.
the more you break your fingernails. sift and dig, my eyelashes spellthewords,“I am still here.”
on ribs nsibidi rising on smoke tendrils,
It lay squirming, the coil of steel that had bound
the pages of his notebook, twisted off
in a neurotic moment. Not a center-fleeing
or center-seeking spiral, but a transparent conduit,
its ends crimped in warning
against past and future turning. The world of … view
Today is the final day in my seminary career.
Two years and one semester ago, I reluctantly applied to seminary.
I often quoted Acts 4:13 to support my argument against going: “When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were … view
Hester L. Furey
Kate Evans, Red Rosa: A Graphic Biography of Rosa Luxemburg. Ed. Paul Buhle. NY: Verso, November 2015. ISBN-13: 978-1-78478-099-9
All too often portrayals of important intellectual or political figures focus only on their contributions to the history of ideas, forgetting that they were also someone’s sister, a … view