Tagged: childhood

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Novel : Nysa’s Mirror (Part 11)

“Exclusion, girls, and also ‘exclusive’. It can mean ‘to reject’. In this situation, it means that if next time someone here won’t play with you because they are being unfriendly or won’t let anyone in their...

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Novel : Nysa’s Mirror (Part 10)

“Miss Nysa?” A small, shy voice by my elbow breaks my concentration. Cindy and her  best friend, Bianca, both look up at me. Cindy’s long straight hair is pulled away from her face and tied with...

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Novel : Nysa’s Mirror (Part 9)

Bin is sniffling more in frustration than pain, whereas Kenneth is sitting in front of Bin sulking. His small arms are crossed defiantly over his chest. There is a forgotten fire-truck between them. Yep,...

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Novel : Nysa’s Mirror (Part 8)

OH THE CHILDREN! Another rejection letter. I sigh dejectedly as I put down the letter from a book publisher I contacted a few weeks ago for a possible publishing deal, one in which I held...

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Love The Sinner, Not The Sin

Love The Sinner John 8:10-11 KJV “When Jesus had lifted up himself, and saw none but the woman, he said unto her, Woman, where are those thine accusers? hath no man condemned thee? [11]...

Poetry : A Child’s Tears 0

Poetry : A Child’s Tears

“Let your tears come. Let them water your soul.” Eileen Mayhew When a child cries, the heart leaps so,  The mother, she imagines the pain, Never knowing the babe’s woe, But to gently hold him...

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A Rope Long Enough

Proverbs 11:3 KJV “The integrity of the upright shall guide them: but the perverseness of transgressors shall destroy them.” There is a saying, “Give them a rope long enough and they will hang themselves”....

Story : His Name Is Red (Part 7) 0

Story : His Name Is Red (Part 7)

Even a child that I was, I remember that during the twenty-minute walk back home, I was clutching my bag of toys tightly, and thinking about Old Man Red, and what he did for...

Story : His Name Is Red (Part 6) 0

Story : His Name Is Red (Part 6)

Making a small noise at the back of my throat in protest, I held my prize protectively behind my back. My brother opened his mouth and I was sure he was about to loudly...