Friday, August 23, 2013


I believe people take words for granted. The very momentum of their atrocity or sweet caress of  their kindness is taken to lightly.
How hurtful words can be! Like a slap across the face. A mouthful of words can take down a legion of men. A sentence can ruin a man, whereas a paragraph could utterly destroy a family, never to be repaired again.

"I hate you." Three measly  words, yet such pain it can inflict! Casting aside a loved one in the heat of emotion.

"Goodbye." One word that reduces millions to tears, their hearts longing to keep holding on to that person who is leaving them.

"Why?" The one question that goes unanswered through the years, leaving mysterious silence in it's wake.

People don't comprehend the amount of damage a few hasty words can create, the havoc that can spread like wildfire across the plains of peoples minds and hearts.
The devastation they bring upon each other by their mere demeanor, clearly voiced by their actions, whether biased of malcontent.
Words can bore into your heart of hearts like venom through the fangs of those who would so poisonously drip their disgust abroad. 
O! What a word can do! Bringing down worlds in a single rumor! But do we heed the unnecessary hurt we inflict upon each other? No, we selfishly  continue our rants, blindly avoiding the destruction that we create.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Cedar Sunshine

If you've enjoyed my writing thus far I might interest you in reading another one of my other blogs which is on WordPress. It is called  Stories From Cedar Sunshine.
A few stories that will be featured there are, Webster, No not the dictionary, Bennett Manor(My story that I've worked on for ages), and Heath's Mountains.
Feel free to give me feed back!


The In Between

There is a land beyond the sea, and it used to have two separate kingdoms.
There was a land shrouded in the darkest shadows, and a land that shone like a star, white and pure.
They were parallel each other, the darkness staying in the shadows, the light shining every bright.
One day something happened, someone was malcontent with the purity of the light and the emptiness of the blackness, so that someone stood in the middle, refusing to be good, but trying not to look bad in the process.
The lands became mixed at the borders, a fuzzy gray place took residence in between the dark and the light. Souls that veered to far astray would be lost in the gloom, the fog was concealing as the darkness, so they thought, but so close to the light that they could go back if they wanted to, but they didn't want to.
Everyone decided that it was O.K. to be a little dark, but what they didn't know, and still refuse to believe, is that their darkness outweighs their fasod of light. They really aren't good in the least, but they portend to be.
Our image is too greatly marred in the darkness, so let's try to fool them and be both.

But, as they will find out the hard way, one day good will prevail and their misty shroud will melt before the heat of light, and they will be seen for what they truly are. Evil.

There is no in between, only right and wrong, good and evil, there is no big and little lies, small sins and big one, in Jesus Christ eyes they are all sins.