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A Fool on the Hill

A Fool on the Hill

 I didn’t make it to all the way to the Falls. Was within half a mile or so before time ran out. Someone turned out the lights on the great painting in the sky. I still found some green and blue peace and more. I found a vision and learned how certain cameras can not handle what comes out of that great painting in the sky. One has to prepare for such things and I didn’t. Next time. How strange…

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Tony Jones: Deep Will Call Unto Deep

Tony Jones: Deep Will Call Unto Deep

  [Guest blogger Tony Jones] Religiophobia   Blindered by heat-flashes of banality; the sacred barnyard tells us nothing except it has no room for us without our becoming at once greater and smaller. This is what it means to have the mind of Christ; to become as a child with the heart-space of a 1000 goslings, arrow-tipped with lightning.   One of the reasons it’s hard to write good religious or spiritual verse – and I am well aware that…

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