Monthly Archives: October 2011

Dark Eyes

Today is Nezi’s birthday.  Here’s a draft of part of a chapter I wrote about her.  Happy birthday, my little lamb. The year 1992 was hell on earth for us.  I lived through the summer of my discontent, and Sylvia … Continue reading

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Full-Grown: A Mature Creation

by Juan J. Guajardo We speak out against abortion, as well we should; and we raise some awareness. We speak out against homosexual unions, as we should; and we persuade a few people. We speak out against civil government’s funding … Continue reading

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Our Best Man: Greatest Born of Woman

by Juan J. Guajardo I say this so that you may once more see what a risky business it is to approach the holy things of God in the rash audacity of human reason, without God’s spirit. If Christ is … Continue reading

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For Juan Samuel or Sylvia Ester

by Juan J. Guajardo Here’s an acrostic poem I wrote after my wife had suffered a second miscarriage several years ago.  God has not given us Juan Samuel or Sylvia Ester…yet. For the seed I planted in my wife this … Continue reading

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