Category: Poetry

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Collision Course

Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you,...

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The Lonely Man

While a teacher at Cumberland Middle School, which now seems like a lifetime ago, I used to drive a long and windy country road (Stonypoint Road for those of you that know the area)...

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Whatever you do, Emily — DON’T BLINK!

Isn’t it amazing how history repeats itself? As I am preparing to launch my blog, I have reviewing and relocating some pieces that I have written in the past. This post was originally written February 28,...

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Four Days to Family-Unanswered Questions

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My Shenanigans in Classroom Poetry

Years ago, in another life long LONG ago, I taught middle school writing. I would often write along with my students, and sometimes even share some of the pieces. This is one I wrote...

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