For Bruce, Victory.

I came home instead of going to the box today. Bruce had been told ha has months to a year remaining, and my beloved was in tears, her mother quietly angry, and me left listening. Bruce once climbed the peaks in Central. Many would say he should… Read More

Sunday Holy Sonnet

One THOU hast made me, And shall thy worke decay? Repaire me now, for now mine end doth haste, I runne to death, and death meets me as fast, And all my pleasures are like yesterday; I dare not move my dimme eyes any way, Despaire behind,… Read More

The revolutionary shitty poets.

The revolutionaries hate the poets . Art does not follow an ideology easily, and beauty, truth and honor have no place. The Bolsheviks were as blunt as the Antifa. They had no time for tradition or the old authors. Let the new Soviet man have his conscience shriven and his imagination lobotomized.
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Kipple and quotage

First the quote, which relates to the newly invented right for all to enter the USA lest the federal government dare discriminate between true faith and false.
Discrimination is good. End of story. A father discriminates in favour of his own…
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Sunday Holy Sonnet.

Today in church we talked about the presence of God, quoting primarily Brother Lawrence. So, a new idea: a holy sonnet for Sunday. Beginning with a Jesuit.
‘Patience, hard thing. the hard thing but to pray’ PATIENCE, hard thing.…
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Bones and Luthien

this quote is from Didact's reach via Gab. The reviewer is consider's A Throne of Bonesto be as good as JRRT. Vrty high praise. But he notes that neither JRRT or Vox Day were professional authors, and better for it.
And that is an astonishing…
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Scotus in ecstacy.

Duns Scotus. Educated in Oxford and Professor of theology in Paris. Apparently his intellect was a miracle, as he was slow as a child and prayed for wisdom. He was a mystic and a philosopher. The poet is referring to this experience in the poem.
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