1. Thanks! I’m sure the bible quote was lost on a lot of folks on Twitter, but I couldn’t get it out of my head.

  1. If he had his druthers, he’d rather not be given:
    too little time for too much to give back on.
    A keen eye to see both sides of a magic coin?
    Be a magistrate then, look for the right and just.
    And snow falling faster than it can melt?
    What ever for? He’d rather they all blow back
    to whatever skies they’ve fallen from. Too late
    anyway for the grandkids who prayed as hard
    as the grumbling Imam now hoarse with his
    praying at the muezzin. What’s a hillock for
    if it is not snowbound for tobogganing? He will
    not suffer the little ones to miss their winter
    sleigh. On the otherhand, this could be a wayward
    winter storm giving back a late wallop for having
    been given a welter of clouds and a clash of heat
    and cold. He said it’s worth a shrug, like cold tea.

    —Albert B. Casuga

  2. What a beautiful picture this creates – pristine and pure.

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