In Uncategorized on February 12, 2012 at 7:21 pm
This smells of faithless and leaks true black from behind dripping wax masks of the lies we tell ourselves so deep in culture we sink calling evil good and good evil choice stops the cycle or grows our idols, fall on your knees.
This blindness is a web knock it down seek the truth call the Lord while He may be found; the image of death disguised as beauty cast it down from before your eyes cast so far to the depths of hell what you bind on earth will be bound and what you loose in heaven will grow wings and fly you hopeward.
Sing a new song righteous man stand up you’re not dead yet. Lucky one His grace is enough.
In Uncategorized on October 29, 2011 at 1:12 pm
by Shaina. Raw and unedited from the elementary school years. Reproduced in all its grammatical and spell-tabulous glory. Enjoy!
The Strawderry Touch
One day Shaina was walking home from school. She wanted to get home quickly because she had a drawing to give to her mom and dad. Shaina was trying to find the quickest way home. She took the new shortcut. All she saw on her way home was houses and more houses. She noticed just then that there was an irregelur coin in her pocket. I think I forgot to tell you that there were only two things in the world she loved best her parents and strawderrys.
As she walked on Shaina noticed that there were no more houses. But in the distance she saw a store. As she got closer she relized it was a srtaw-berry store. Shaina hurried on to the strawberry store. When she walked in the clerk said “Would you like some strawberrys”? Shaina said “I would like one box but I don’t have any money. Are you sure? Empty your pockets the clerk said. Shaina eptied her pockets and out fell the coin. She said “All I have is this”. That’s good because that is the only money I take. Said the clerk. Great!
When Shaina was walking home the next day she opened the box and ate all the strawberrys. When Shaina went to bed she had a very strong strawberry taste in her mouth. When she woke up Shaina found that she had a wonderful gift. She new it was from the strawberrys she had eaten.
When Shaina wanted to eat strawberrys she could just think I want strawberrys and any thing she put in her mouth would turn to strawberry. But when she did not want strawberrys she thought I do not want strawberrys and she would not have a taste of strawberry in her mouth. She had told her parents and they said wonderful!!!
Shaina lived withe the gift the rest of her life.
In Uncategorized on August 31, 2011 at 9:53 pm
give me someplace untouched
a place to be alone
then walk me underwater
a deep black rushing hope
take me somewhere far gone
and please forget my name
walk me till i fall down,
don’t stand me up again
leave me in the ocean
and disappear toward dawn
perhaps in salty solitude
i’ll finally deign to bud.