O have you imbibed of the Pierian Spring?
O are you prepared to dwell
Where knowledge unbridled must soon take its toll
And where chaos can take you pell mell? We haven’t a moment to waste. Take a taste of the Fires of Hell.
It’s the Fourth of July weekend in Hilldale, Pennsylvania, and all the local townspeople are having their annual bonfire. My cousins and I have always especially enjoyed it. It’s a nice way for each of us to get out his frustrations and, more importantly, to act stupid in an acceptable context.
My cousins and I have had such an entirely lopsided rapport over the years. The fire is only one representative example of all our odd antics, which, of course, no one else understands. We laugh. We reminisce. We watch strangers burn things. Are we a fun bunch or what?!
photography, poetry and ponderings of life
it's not hoarding if it's books
“God’s wisdom is something mysterious that goes deep into the interior of his purposes.” ~Apostle Paul
I write because I read. I read because I write.
the beauty of a life of travel
There is no time to be bored in a world as beautiful as this.
a place to rest and read a good story.
A Total Eclipse of the Art
Because There Is More Than Black and White
It isn't Islamophobia when they really ARE trying to kill you
You can be the greatest
Live Simply Love Deeply Dine Well
My Personal Space On The Web To Post Anything That Tickles My Fancy
Defending the TRUTH
"Taste, see how good the Lord is."