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enoch-john's picture
Mar.12.2011
I  sympathize with Japan ,its government and all the persons who were affected by the recent tsunami.May God grant you strength at this time.
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enoch-john's picture
Mar.19.2011
Most writers greatest fear is writer's block.Some have not been scared of regimes, which ,because of their writing,have not hesitated to put them...
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enoch-john's picture
Apr.27.2011
Not as prince but as man I write, See entire poem at poemhunter.com
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enoch-john's picture
Jun.07.2011
Opera star Placido Domingo and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger are two persons who,if they value their reputations any,should stay a...
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enoch-john's picture
Jun.17.2011
Well,I would like to take this opportunity to wish all fathers''happy fathers's day'',wherever you are.Those who have fallen down on the job should...
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enoch-john's picture
Jun.19.2011
Today is Fathers' Day and even though I have already written a short blog since Friday ,here I am sitting with my brand new laptop in Mario's Pizza....
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enoch-john's picture
Jun.26.2011
I think the major event has already transpired in 2008-the wall street crash.The people who were doing the calculations probably didn't take into...
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enoch-john's picture
Jul.28.2011
Far north where majestic fjords litter a mountainous land, From whence had sprung many a Nordic myth, Three red roses float as cadavers close to...
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enoch-john's picture
Aug.04.2011
Love is a bird flapping her wings Love is a fish swimming with ease Love is a shooting star Love is the pause between her breathing Love is her sweet...
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enoch-john's picture
Aug.09.2011
The only thing that is  more powerful than love is more love.[For Norway and the rest of the world.]
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SusanVH's picture
Sep.25.2009
Danielle Joseph's terrific YA novel Shrinking Violet (I posted about it back in May, check it out here) follows a shy high school senior trying to...
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john-michael-greer's picture
May.13.2009
Prophets of an indefinite expansion of today's "information society" tend to forget that information has an awkward feature: it requires a...
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john-michael-greer's picture
Jan.06.2010
These days corporations are becoming the thing many Americans most love to hate, and there are good reasons for that. Those who fantasize about...
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terry-odell's picture
Feb.02.2009
Groundhog Day isn't a major holiday for most folks. Frankly, here in Florida, six more weeks of winter (our kind of winter) would be nice. Very nice...
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terry-odell's picture
Apr.05.2010
What makes you pick up a book? For many, it's the cover. For others, it's the teaser on the back cover. One of the required tasks of Five Star is...
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terry-odell's picture
Sep.02.2010
Double-duty today. I'm also over at Author Expressions, so you get two blogs for one! Picking up from Monday’s post: Quick recap. Some differences...
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paul-l-bates's picture
Dec.28.2010
Consider Geoffrey Chaucer, the “father of English literature” was flowering a mere 650 years ago and unless you’ve been schooled in our language of...
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mayra-calvani's picture
Feb.04.2009
Hi all, I recently had the pleasure of reviewing Alexandra Sokoloff's latest supernatural thriller, The Price, and of interviewing the author for...
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diane-lockward's picture
May.08.2009
A local magazine, Suburban Essex Magazine, which is distributed to 100,000 homes in my area, has published a lovely article about me and the...
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diane-lockward's picture
Sep.12.2009
Avocado, by Peggy McGivern I've had two nice surprises this week. Today my poem, Organic Fruit, is featured at Your Daily Poem, an online site...
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