I bid thee Florida’s hot days, and hot nights
Cool treats and cool drinks unlike any other
When the sun sits high in the sky,
There are no worries about the future
Bask in the delightful warmth,
Go where the sand meets the cool ocean
Find joy and love in unlikely places
Music drifts wherever you go,
Dance until your soul is free
Summer is like no other here,
June, July, August, three months of warm fun
Nothing can beat summers in Florida!
He is risen.
Rejoice and celebrate His homecoming,
His love has triumphed, once again.
Cast out the Devil, at least a few hours,
Finally, finally, peace resides in this house.
Remember the fallen, the defeated, and the weary,
Honor their courage, their kindness, their truth,
As we feast in His name.
Discover my words, my joy, my sadness,
Remember that Love always wins in the end.
Thank you, for all that you’ve done,
Never will you be truly alone.
The Holy Books are so much more than just books retelling the histories and stories derived from the very moment Man was created. Their books of learning, hope, forgiveness, and so much more. Each story, psalm, and proverb have a way of bringing you closer to God, and the people around you.
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You are my soulmate
I knew it the moment we met,
The moment you held me,
The moment you spoke
I was just a tiny baby,
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Happy birthday, Grandpa,
I hope you’re okay
It’s been 11 months
Since I’ve seen you last,
A lot has changed
for the better and worse
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William Wordsworth, in one of his literary works, said, “Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.”
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Books. The gateway to knowledge and imagination. Everyone loves books, no matter your age! Books have a way of evoking emotion through the reader, and taking them to places they’ve never been. And yet, there’s hundreds of books banned in the U.S., most of them written by people of color and various racial backgrounds, Continue reading “An Essay On Book Banning”