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I can take even more Than he can give.
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When I was a child, I used to speak like a child, think like a child, reason like a child; when I became a man, I did away with childish things I CORINTHIANS 13:11 Redaction? No, monument: a [...]
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I look at you with my vexed eye.I look at you with my hostile eye.I look at you with my hostile and vexed eye.My hostile, vexed eye is a wrench.
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I wonder. Yes, I’m looking up as I say this, I wonder if I do have a superpower. Maybe I have more than one aspect of attraction, this knack for drawing others in close, almost touching me.
By Jill Bialosky
What are words when they meet the action of what they attempt to modify?
By Seán Hewitt
Only a torso now, the headlong severed from the neck, pelvistwisted off like a stubborn root.
By Beth Bachmann
Man made the lake to catch the water.
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ten mexicans are dead, left to suffocate in a trailer, discovered after the driver asked someone for a drink of water.