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Compassion الرحمة

حقا، والله هو الرحيم ومغرم الرحمة، وقال انه يعطي لالرأفة وما لا يعطي على قاسية “Verily, God is Compassionate and is fond of compassion, and He gives to the compassionate what He does not give to the harsh.” Do they … Continue reading

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Sand Dancing

My heart seeks the deep grey sea, gulls flying and screaming, shells jamming their smooth edges between my toes. Grasses swaying in a humid breeze and sand dancing a waltz with the tide. That horizon there, is a meeting I … Continue reading

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The Elbows of Sentries

  Nothing is soothing about barbed wire. Brand new   it may glisten like the cold heart of steel does but it will never   be your fuzzy peach, your sycamore tree. Rusted, it stains   your fingers – orange … Continue reading

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I am sorry

We were stumbling down an alley behind businesses and stone faced dwellings for trendy young families and local hipsters. They were the kind who bought their food from co-ops but didn’t volunteer. They drove expensive cars they wore expensive clothes … Continue reading

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His Story

His face was beautiful, Brian was his name. Meet him, I would, in the wee hours of a morning, when sleep was a promise on the lips of a liar and the darkness was a friend to us both. Talk, … Continue reading

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