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Doors and Windows

Jan 7th, 2018 | By | Category: Essays

I treasure everything. I treasure every single sort. I love all around me. I love all who are around me. I embrace every little thing. I embrace all who talk and walk. I feel all. I feel all who feel me. Just things. Just people. No penetration. No feeling. All things and Everyone Pass by and Remain outside. There can be doors. There can be windows. There can be walls. There can be curtains. Cold can be warm. Warm can be cold. In the end, It is just a passing condition.

Poem by Jahne Bell

Sep 3rd, 2015 | By | Category: Essays

2 Worlds as 1, Jahne Bell These 2 Worlds Keep coming together The Black One The White One Was there ever racial “Harmony” between the 2 Surely these 2 worlds go waaaaaay back Eons, centuries before such a “Tragic” thing as American Slavery What strife manifested in human hearts To calculate the Horror of the past 500 years What devastation of the moral code n compass That would allow another to trample On the Rights of the other Will there ever be racial harmony in our future Will something suddenly fall from the sky Descending into our hearts that will[Read more...]

Generational Angst

Jan 16th, 2015 | By | Category: Essays, Lead Article

  I, Me, I, me, mine. Millennial. Wow, Cool, Oh, ow, oy vey. Boomer. Different times, Different lenses, Different strokes. No more us, just typically U.S.

A Poem by Jahne Bell

Nov 20th, 2014 | By | Category: Essays

  Coming to Church, to Church I come Coming to You Lord, to You I come Bringing my heart, my Soul in hand I bring my Treasure, This Soul I AM Blessed This Day, This Day Is Blessed Made by You God, The Great I Am… Peace to ALL

A Poem

Nov 21st, 2013 | By | Category: Essays

 Forgotten  When your not around my smile turns into a frown. When I see your face I’m disgraced with a bitter taste, Time with you is a waste that I can not seem to escape, Moving on is the right action to take , But instead I sit and wait, feeling guilty about any forward step I take. For now I’ll wallow in my selfish sorrow. I can not help hoping one day I’ll be able to grasp the bright light of tomorrow.   -David Steelton

Book Review Essay: Proof of Divine

Nov 15th, 2013 | By | Category: Essays, Lead Article

Proof of Divine: One Man’s Journey from Doubt to Faith, Hope, and Love by  Andrew Murtagh (eLectio Publishing, Little Pine, TX) It’s probably not necessary.  In recent years, there has been a growing literature attempting to demonstrate the compatibility of modern rational methods of understanding with faith-based methods.  The literature is largely a product of faith-based authors; some of whom are scientists with a desire to legitimize faith thinking within a world dominated by modern rational thinking.  These endeavors are destined to fail, but hope is not lost since they are not necessary to increase the confidence in a faith[Read more...]

The Best Laid Plans (a short narrative poem)

Oct 20th, 2013 | By | Category: Essays, Front Page

Three days out I made the non-perishable hors d’oeuvres.  They perished. Two days out I cleaned the house.  It got dirty The day before, I prepared the main course.  It burnt in the oven. So we went somewhere else and did something else. …..You don’t always get what you planned. …..You can’t always get what you want. I want some brown sugar. .….It’s not going to happen. I did something else.

On peace and war

May 20th, 2013 | By | Category: Essays

On peace and war A Poem by Irene Ciocirlan, 7th grade, Hershey Middle School The promise of peace touches our lives breaking our inner complex structures making us free and happy for a second. Yet when we are promised the touch of war the ears of our tangled souls perk up for a minute And with the spark of true greed we take action… That’s what makes us truly messed up for a lifetime.

I Have Decided (a Poem by Jahne Bell)

Oct 17th, 2012 | By | Category: Essays

   I Have Decided Yes I have decided not only to follow Jesus But to follow the way of Love Cause The Way Knows The Way People can say Love is corny and out of date they can say Love is for fools That it brings us nothing but heartache But by the way Africa is not that far away And the fracking that’s being done Affects us all here on the planet And the love cells in our bodies do ascend and descend And their ebb and flow and their vibrations Travel around the earth and into the outer most[Read more...]


Aug 3rd, 2012 | By | Category: Essays

                  WALK AROUND HEAVEN                            Jahne Bell When I was a little girl down in South Carolina people would leave, go up to New York City and come back down south, talking about the streets up there being paved with gold !!! And everybody was rich up there and everybody should be  living in New York City … and we’d better get our butts up North Well one day after school, I was on my front porch after having an extremely emotional day at school… I was moaning the lost of my boy friend to my best girl-friend Erma ..[Read more...]