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  1. Beware the throne

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    July 25 by The Running Son

  2. Championship For the Ages Round 4!

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    July 25 by The Running Son

    Vote! We Drink Because We Are Poets “Championship for the Ages” round 4! . .-• Eliza v James •-. .

  3. °°What do ¡ §ay?°°

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    July 25 by The Running Son

    . . -• •—>! ❤ !<—• •- . .

  4. ɧʋɱ̉ Ϧʋġs

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    July 24 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    click4source   ɧʋɱ̉ Ϧʋġs     It hummed and buzzed for most of three days. Its…

  5. 5/6 •Ӝ• Ɨime

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    July 23 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    “When she plays…angels in heaven forget to dance..” by queenenigma   5/6 •Ӝ• Ɨime    …

  6. § leaves across paths §

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    July 21 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    4 Seasons by Wain Jordan   § leaves across paths § Nature wears shoes to withstand…

  7. Poem: Doves Turn Around

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    July 20 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
        Doves Turn Around You are on your way home. I can feel you. No…

  8. My First Poetry Duet

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    July 17 by The Running Son

  9. ɢ-test

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    July 12 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    click4source ɢ-test it may be that we are the most proven union to ever see two…

  10. Transpersonal Tidbits: Joseph Cambell’s The Hero’s Journey: Summary of the Steps & A Large Collection of Monomyths |

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    July 11 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    Joseph Cambell’s The Hero’s Journey: Summary of the Steps Adapted from Maricopa Center for Learning and…

  11. Poem: “Seven Sinners Prayer”

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    July 10 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    Seven Sinners Prayer   one. I look far, but I cannot see you, o light of…

  12. Abraham Tested Gen. 22

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    July 10 by The Running Son

    Abraham Tested Genesis 22 (New International Version) 1 Some time later God tested Abraham. He said to him, “Abraham!” “Here I …
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  13. Poem: An Introduction

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    July 8 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    Villa del Desierto – Desert Villa by Wain Jordan     An Introduction     It’s…

  14. Icarus at the Edge of Time

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    July 7 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on happyheuristics:
    What if Icarus traveled not to the sun but to a black hole? This 40-minute 62-piece…

  15. Poem: Office visit – by Jim Aldrich |

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    July 4 by The Running Son

    http://www.southerndatastorage.com/challenging-a-universal-truth-about-backup/

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    Office Visit   Boy, get up on that sofa there tell me your dreams, I’m listening.…

  16. Miracles

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    July 3 by The Running Son

    Miracles, of the garden variety, happen daily here. The sun shines, and we become grateful for prayers. Visit Belinda —> …
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  17. Necessity

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    June 29 by The Running Son

    An inspired poem from Belinda…

  18. no threat of a M̍̉̍̉̍̉̍̉̍̉artian war

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    June 27 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    Lil Wayne ‘Mirror’ music video screenshotphoto credit: music video screenshot   no threat of a M̍̉̍̉̍̉̍̉̍̉artian…

  19. Sun, And Turbulent Seas

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    June 24 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on A Shade Of Pen:
    yet another duet with The Running Father Blog.. I find this piece groovy and lyrical… There…

  20. Poem: Primal

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    June 21 by The Running Son

    http://fireandflames.com/index.php?lang=1&listSize=15&sub=Clothing&page=cat&pagenum=17

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    Primal If I ever met Jesus I’d body-check Him. If I saw the Apostle Paul I’d…

  21. Where Do You Go After You’ve Been to the Moon?

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    June 18 by The Running Son

    SymbolReader, on the Moon. Don’t miss this. The moon promises to be very, very large this June.

  22. Of Distance, And Flowers

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    June 14 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on A Shade Of Pen:
    This is my first duet with The Running  Father Blog aka Jim I had such a…

  23. ʗlub ਤreakfast

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    June 13 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    “Breakfast Club note box” by Wain Jordan. Nostalgia pics of yours truly. (; jim   ʗlub…

  24. trading x traitors

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    June 12 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    The Wall Street bronze Bull looks ahead to an uncertain future. (Getty) trading x traitors One…

  25. Catcher of Bad Dreams and Entities (Narrative Poetry)

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    June 12 by The Running Son

  26. Fortress or Prison

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    June 12 by The Running Son

  27. Where do souls go

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    June 12 by The Running Son

  28. ɧow to surf a 1ȎȎȎ ft wave

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    June 12 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    dare-devil surferGarrett McNamara ɧow to surf a 1ȎȎȎ ft wave You grab your surfboard, make for…

  29. Poem: The alchemy of Light – by Jim Aldrich |

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    June 10 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    The alchemy of Light Tonight, a shimmering silver has come down, a sliver of heaven, in…

  30. the Great Installation poem

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    June 10 by The Running Son

    Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
    Layered Landscape by Nobuhiro Nakanishi the Great Installation poem What if this is all an installation?…

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