Everyday Acid Rain

A poem written during my days living on the coast of England in North Devon.    Little green trumpets multiply, stitching up the cracks of this Edwardian wall.   Its lopsided pasty stones huddle together like penguins as winter begins to whisper its name.   Their compression divides air from air, where sprinting sea currents … Continue reading Everyday Acid Rain

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India, England, and Back Again to Serve Slum Children

Named one of the 10 Paradises of the World, Kerala is known for its backwaters—lagoons and lakes linked by canals. This state in South India is Abey’s home. He returned to Lee Abbey Devon’s house team after feeling God leading him to a second year on the community in Devon, England. India is a democratic … Continue reading India, England, and Back Again to Serve Slum Children

A Future for the Invisible Monster of Prostitution

A slave next door and we don’t realize. 68-hundred in a place where anti-Semitism is mourned; where champions of freedom hold hands for equality; where everyone is accepted. But how can you be accepted when you aren’t seen? All you are is seen and still, you, your essence, your life is unnoticed. Today you live … Continue reading A Future for the Invisible Monster of Prostitution