Tag Archives: Arts

Then One Man Wept. . .

I don’t really know what it is with me and writing short stories lately, but I can’t seem to write anything else. For those of you that read my last series (see here, here, here, here, and here) you will … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Loved Too Much.

The next in the series of my didactic parables. This one is intended to be a companion story to Stronghart. I hope you find yourself blessed by it. The Boy Who Loved Too Much by J. D. H. Thigpen   … Continue reading

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A Story I Very Nearly Forgot About.

Well, so much for being better about maintaining my blog. Ah well. Let’s try this again. I just wanted to kick off 2012 with something a little different. This is a short story that I wrote in my pocket notebook … Continue reading

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Ode to Beauty.

This is a short poem about how true beauty is being forgotten and replaced with something artificial and my hunger to remedy that. This is my heart-cry behind much of my photography, poetry, and every other thing I create. I believe beauty can … Continue reading

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Wander-lust.

Again, I wanted to write a blog, but found myself bereft of ideas. So I thought I’d write another poem. This one is about the constant ache for adventure I find in my heart. Some days I feel caged in … Continue reading

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A Knight That Doesn’t Shine.

I feel like writing a blog today, but I don’t know what to write about, so I’ll write a poem. This one is really just a poem for the sake of poetry. I just wanted to try my hand at a sonnet. It … Continue reading

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A Prayer.

Father, this unruly wretch, forgive. For You alone, teach him to live. Destroy his sin and amend his ways. Teach him to serve You all his days. Though many storms and tempests rise, Return his focus to brighter skies. Forever … Continue reading

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