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Betrayers All

Jesus called his closest friends to share his final meal; Those twelve beloved friends, a Covenant meal. The Night of Great Remembrance rebirthed a new and greater one. The betrayer ate. He was invited too. Loved as deeply. A traitor … Continue reading

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Two Old Men

I sit beside two Old men Who talk. The value of words And music Can’t be overestimated Among the young, Their students. And my listening In? Does it count as Eavesdropping? Or is it only my Wishing for company And … Continue reading

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