Monthly Archives: August 2014

Jesus at the parade

Later there were mutterings at the bar, and throughout the law courts, that Jesus only showed at the gay pride parade to love the jewel, but not the quality, to love the potluck, but not the food, to love the … Continue reading

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God is It

A lot of people play hide-and-seek with God. I play tag. It’s not easy. God can cover a lot of ground, and chasing after Her will get you nowhere. So I wait, go about my business, build temples out of … Continue reading

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Write like Shakespeare

Write like Shakespeare, hurriedly and without regard for precedent. Throw metaphors as if they were mud, on a hasty wheel. Do not hoard your hours like precious baubles, they are not meant to be kept on a shelf. Pretend you … Continue reading

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The spider

God lives in loving awe of the tiniest spider. Each seta is a column that holds up the kingdom of God. A quiver in the trichobothrium is felt as an earthquake in heaven. God would sooner pierce his own side … Continue reading

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Won the lottery

Well, we won the lottery today, my friend. Our eyes opened and the world woke up, the blood of generations runs in rivers over our bones. Above the waters, a wind. One more pirouette belongs to us, in the contracted … Continue reading

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The hotelier

for Osage Forest of Peace God waited all day for you to arrive. He kept checking the light to make sure it was on. Now that you are here, he dances for joy. OM SHANTI SHANTI SHANTI

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The only pertinent theological question

The only pertinent theological question is, if you follow God, chase God madly, get on your knees, stretch out your arms, reach for God, lift God up, and tickle Her, will She giggle? May heaven and earth, once joined, resound … Continue reading

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