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Emoting and stuff.

Martin Small

Martin Small was a survivor. He diedon Shabbatmorning, the twenty-ninth of November, and I believe he has been welcomed homebyhis Mashiach and Adonai. Check out some of his artand poetry.

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Random 2 AM Thoughts on Poetry

Poetry takes a massive amount of energy compared to prose or just plain ranting. I can jot off a couple of paragraphs on my latest pet peeve with no plan and hardly a thought. A poem that I wouldn’t mind … Continue reading

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The Sins of the Father

I wrote this last year, but it fits today better…. The Sins of the Father December 7, 2005 Today I sent a letter to my father, Hoping his disappointment was misplaced. Every line that I crossed was farther. Since I … Continue reading

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