Category Archives: Grief

Remembering Greg Isaacs

Greg, a husband, father, CPA, a leader till his final day; a warrior with a fountain pen, no battle ever mastered him. A heart of passion made of gold, resolute and charming, gently bold. Quiet, focused, a reverence seen the … Continue reading

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A Tribute To Those Killed and Injured By VietnamĀ 

When you look back at the history of the war in Vietnam a couple things seem so ghastly, like the use of defoliants and napalm. Agent orange sounds sweet and colorful, used to change the forest cover from green to … Continue reading

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Shaun’s Mythology, Year 6

Shaun, we miss you more than ever, it’s not gotten easier over the years. The road of life’s a hazardous journey, the narrow road the one that’s clear. We know you didn’t mean to leave us, the road you took … Continue reading

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ISIS and Abortion

Abortion’s the terrorism Polluting our land, Abortion our Isis We must take a stand. Babies are dying, We’re not doing enough To stop the massacre, It’s time to get tough. So many have died For  women’s so called rights, They’re … Continue reading

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History’s Calling

God’s talking, are we listening To the Creator as He speaks, Come back to Me My children And run from peak to peak. He spoke to Moses from a bush afire  Moses went to investigate; He hadn’t forgot His chosen … Continue reading

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Man’s Paradox

Before the fix appears You must admit you’re broken All of you including emotions. Like humming birds that flutter Near the nectar required, So man flits through life searching For the meaning and purpose desired. We can’t fix ourselves, We’ve … Continue reading

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Year 4

One day you’re with us, The next day you’re not; It’s 4 years later, The pain hasn’t stopped. Every cute Asian boy Reminds us of you, We cry when we see ’em Our time together much too few. Maybe a … Continue reading

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