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Drinking Sand

Drinking Sand     by Ken Pullen Scripture used from the King James Version appears in Italics copyright © 2018 by Ken Pullen / A Crooked Path (with permission of author to reprint as long as not done to reap material benefit and including direct link to this webpage)       They drink sand attempting […]

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O, Jerusalem

    O, Jerusalem   by Ken Pullen copyright 2017 Scripture appears in Italics and is from the King James Version Holy Bible       O, Jerusalem! Let us search and try our ways, and turn again to the Lord O, Jerusalem! Celebration exaltation 50 years in 5,000 most joyous of peoples rivers of […]

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A Better Place

    A Better Place by Ken Pullen Scripture is from the King James Version Holy Bible copyright 2017     To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD, and the day of vengeance of our God; to comfort all that mourn;    Let, I pray thee, thy merciful kindness be for my comfort, according […]

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Cannibal by Ken Pullen (mostly with help from a reader of ACP) copyright 2017     Evil is a parasite and a cannibal It devours the hosts it infests But evil is insatiable and never satisfied It has been chipping away at you since the day you were born It observes and studies you always waiting […]

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Battle On

    Battle On by Ken Pullen Scripture used appears in Italics & is from the King James Version copyright 2017     Bone flesh My bones are pierced in me in the night season: and my sinews take no rest. frozen 98.6 degree stew likened as turning to stone pain speaks slow, often loudly within nearly […]

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Introduction: I don’t usually write an introduction to any of the poems I’ve written and published here on ACP. I’m making an exception with this one because it was conceived and written without any thought of ever publishing here. I wrote the following poem in a 20 minute non-stop period of time around 7:30 a.m. […]

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