In My Head

What You Take for Granted

In all labor there is profit (Proverbs 14:23). All labor. Not just the kind whose wages you can deposit into your checking account. Unfortunately, that’s the one that gets the most praise. That’s the one everybody focuses on. All the other labor gets pushed into the background, irrelevant, doesn’t matter. We spend a great deal […]

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Short stories/Poetry

The Way Back Home

 Marissa lay, her head so heavy with torment, she could barely lift it off the pillow. Beside her Malcolm slept, snoring so loudly the sheets vibrated. Apparently, he didn’t possess the same cares as she. And why would he since he so effectively dumped them all on her.  Too many of Marissa’s nights were like […]

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Short stories/Poetry

Glory

you thought I wouldn’t make it but look at me now I can ride the wave clouds float under my feet I live with the sun and the moon and they live in me. don’t be mad you can ride too… if you say you’re sorry. © D.L. Lunsford    

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In My Heart

What are You Looking For?

Naturally Speaking Whatever you are looking for, you will eventually find it. If you are looking to find something wrong about a person, you will undoubtedly find it. And if you search hard enough to prove a person is good, you’ll find something, even when all the other facts prove the contrary. If you are […]

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Short stories/Poetry

Travel Warning: The Man on the Road

Be careful when you’re driving lest you run into the man. While your eyes are on the prize, the man has a plan. His words are smooth for he is cunning, very deceptive. But don’t believe him, your demise is his only objective. Pay attention when you stop at the light, for his moves are […]

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Short stories/Poetry

Jasmine Unchained

Flashing blue lights promised justice as the police hauled away the young, handcuffed menace, while his mother’s pleas, a grating sound against the chalkboard of that justice, polluted the air. “You just don’t understand him,” she cried inciting angry protests and hateful glares from her neighbors. “He’s a good boy!” Jasmine, hunched over what was […]

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Short stories/Poetry

Advice

Don’t try to fit a circle into a square; If it’s not happening, It’s not there. If you don’t want to do it, Don’t lie Pretending you like it, Giving it a try. Be real with yourself Do you Even when no one agrees, Stay true. You got one life to live, Make it count. […]

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Short stories/Poetry

What She Left Behind

It was the end of the day, this was my last stop, and I was ready to go home. She entered the mailroom with a card while I was sorting the mail. She greeted me cordially and asked what to do with the card. I told her I’d take it and received it from her […]

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Short stories/Poetry

Madison’s Baby

Whenever he drew near, Madison clutched her baby to her chest. The child was the seed from her womb, but did not come from his loins, so he had no rights to it. It was all hers. He could not understand the love she had for her baby. He did not mourn with her during […]

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