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  • I heard you were coming... by Leslie Musoko 10/24/2010 9:27:23 AM
    When I heard the sirens I looked in my driving mirror to see what was happening. They were the sirens of a fire engine hustling its way through traffic to another emergency and I watched as the cars behind me began to move aside to let it through. So... more

  • True yoke fellow... by Leslie Musoko 10/22/2010 3:35:06 PM
    My hands are tied on this one, so I shall call it what it is. Shaking your head in disgust, no too harsh, disappointment now that’s subtle. You lived for this moment, you went through the motions, preparations, trudging through mud, protruding veins,... more

  • Benchmark... by Leslie Musoko 10/20/2010 4:11:02 PM
    I am stranded as they watch me, know I’m here, know it is my turn but can’t tell what I’ll do. It is an old classroom, maybe new to me but others have scathed these walls, their palms leaving indentations the size of potholes on these benches. ... more

  • Pins and needles... by Leslie Musoko 10/17/2010 1:26:13 PM
    Hoping for an interruption yet there’s nothing back at me from the bland wall. Time elapses, blood is drained from the parts that matter, stiff legged, cramp or is it my neck? Doubt, an unhealthy recipe, must be avoided at all costs. Waiting, locked ... more

  • We run in different circles... by Leslie Musoko 10/11/2010 6:12:59 PM
    We are cities apart, separated by time and parallels, which means we may never touch. Your yellow is my blue. You are the coryphée who steps on the waters that flow from my faucets. When you draw the blinds away from your heart, it is letting in the ... more

  • Ernest Holmes by Thurman L Faison 10/9/2010 8:18:55 AM
    I wanted to share a quote from the writings of Ernest Holmes, a giant of a man with great spiritual insight. This quote is central to the understanding of the heart of the man. I enjoyed it, hope you will too.... more

  • Let bygones be bygones... by Leslie Musoko 10/8/2010 1:50:33 PM
    What purpose does a man serve when he thrashes his life in regret as time overwhelms his aching bones? I can ask this question to myself over and over again with the realization that nothing will ever change for the better unless I am willing to let ... more

  • A walk to victory... by Leslie Musoko 10/5/2010 7:17:24 PM
    Sometimes I lie in bed listening to the morning sounds, the birds chirping away, the disgruntled lawnmower that smothers the grass and the distant radio station with subdued voices that I can barely make out. As I stare blandly at the riches that awa... more

  • Seth-a Reminder of Truth by J. J. Michael 10/4/2010 6:15:01 AM
    Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep; if I die before I wake, I pray for God my soul to take “Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep,” said the child kneeling at the side of her bed. ... more

  • There are two sides to this story... by Leslie Musoko 9/29/2010 3:55:24 PM
    It was almost three am in the morning when I was awoken by the voices and the loud music coming in through the top shutters of the window. Their voices were raised as they chatted loudly in the back garden. I listened silently holding my peace as it ... more

  • Tall, Dark and Ugly... by Leslie Musoko 9/25/2010 3:03:16 PM
    Believe me when I confess that we are two of a kind. Although in the blazing heat one fan cools us both, we are back to back facing opposite directions, which means every step we make ferriages us further apart.... more

  • NEILSON WILLIAM by NEILSON BeeUpOne WILLIAMS 9/24/2010 10:51:37 PM
    I have decided to give myself all of me, by not acknowledging the middle or the plural part of my name. I will only acknowledge myself and let those that have used my name in vain suffer the consequences. So I will no longer be held back by your diff... more

  • Will Power by NEILSON BeeUpOne WILLIAMS 9/22/2010 9:59:42 PM
    I spoke with your wife but she left a bad taste in my mouth. I was astonished because I thought of her differently than she was. She reminded me that she was married and I understood her concern. You never came to my attention until I was made aw... more

  • Law and behold... by Leslie Musoko 9/20/2010 4:48:05 PM
    I never think that I have it all figured out, that I know what I am going to do in any circumstance. I live in the fear of God not because of the rules he has asked me to live by, not because the sky could suddenly open and a giant object strikes me ... more

  • Eden's Charm... by Leslie Musoko 9/16/2010 4:29:09 PM
    We walked up the dirt track with the sun in our backs. My eyes darted across the hill that we had climbed looking at the city below and I sucked in the fresh air like a starving lion on its prey.... more

  • Hard work can only get one so far... by Leslie Musoko 9/13/2010 2:41:19 PM
    As I sat in the airport and stared through the large windows I saw the impressive coned nose of large Boeing 747 come to halt right before me. My eyes could barely make out the pilots in the cockpit but the airport staff on the ground, were clearly v... more

  • No God says Stephen Hawking - is there another option? by Gregory K Sams 9/10/2010 11:12:02 AM
    Stephen Hawking believes infinite multiverses dispense with the need for any intelligence in the process of this Universe. The other 'verses' are conceived to explain this one as just an accident of dumb matter. There is no suppporting evidence. ... more

  • Orbit... by Leslie Musoko 9/7/2010 3:53:06 PM
    We were chatting about nothing in particular, perhaps reminiscing about our past creations amongst ourselves when my friend said, ‘My, man is clever. We have come such a long way. Look at the architecture we build today and the moon too that we h... more

  • A transformative journey not to be missed by Niki Collins-Queen 9/6/2010 3:58:35 PM
    “Windblown Clouds” by Thomas K. Shor is the real-life adventure story of a young American man in his early 20s who lived and traveled with the natives in India and on the Island of Corfu in Greece. Shor's focus, attention and respect for the people, ... more

  • THE OLD DOG by Robert Egby 9/6/2010 2:58:26 PM
    How I met an old dog one morning and shared some thoughts about the Afterlife.... more

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