10/31/21

My superhero alarm clock

Double-dares me to suit-up

For PE’s mile hike

Up life’s strange coming-of-age,

A call to braces, acne, and puberty.

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10/2/21

Category: Poetry, Suffering

I look outside my window

And wonder why others’

Faces aren’t melting,

Feeling the nuclear devastation

Of your leaving

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9/2/21

“Redeem and restore
What the locusts have eaten—
O Lord—
The schemes Satan’s woven,
Our innocence … stolen.”

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7/31/21

This poem was inspired by my friend and pastor, Matt Whitlock, and his sermon on “The Silently Simple Life.”

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7/14/21

Mystery of Tears is about redemption and restoration. More specifically, it’s about the sufferings (“spasms”) of Jesus that “broke the curse” for our benefit (i.e., “substitutionary atonement”).

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7/9/21

Category: Art, Cinema, JESUS, Poetry, Suffering

It’s time to release the kraken for Christians to look inwardly with contrition in order to love courageously.

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6/18/21

Is your view of human nature Stevensonian or Shelleyian? Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde or Dr. Frankenstein?

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5/27/21

A poem for a season of silence in suffering.

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5/1/21

The toll of communism

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4/24/21

Observations within Christian subculture in South Orange County. What does Jesus and SOC have in common?

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