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Jersey Blues Selected Poems By Alessandro Baruffi
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Like a pilgrim, or a spiritual vagrant, crisscrossing the country—always rolling on the very fabric of the continent: westwards and eastwards, to the eternal oceans, and from the northern vast... More > plains down through the Appalachian, to the deep recesses of the lowlands, to the swamps—infallibly enough I would always return to my dwelling in Princeton. Many a time the lonely night was devoted to the contemplation of the moon of New Jersey, as I licked the wounds of a sore soul. I always wondered, how different that pale, ghostly circle of a moon was, from the one I encountered elsewhere above the magnificent land that I had been scampering about, and from the lost moon of my childhood. Yet, with adulthood—or maturity—seeing at last the rise and fall of earthling matters, I would flinch, my heart recoiling, as from something unpleasant. Thus, through the jaundiced, estranged buoy in the sky, I would recall past memories, and hold out my quivering hand to reach over to the always-receding mysteries of existence.< Less
Jersey Blues Selected Poems By Alessandro Baruffi
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Like a pilgrim, or a spiritual vagrant, crisscrossing the country—always rolling on the very fabric of the continent: westwards and eastwards, to the eternal oceans, and from the northern vast... More > plains down through the Appalachian, to the deep recesses of the lowlands, to the swamps—infallibly enough I would always return to my dwelling in Princeton. Many a time the lonely night was devoted to the contemplation of the moon of New Jersey, as I licked the wounds of a sore soul. I always wondered, how different that pale, ghostly circle of a moon was, from the one I encountered elsewhere above the magnificent land that I had been scampering about, and from the lost moon of my childhood. Yet, with adulthood—or maturity—seeing at last the rise and fall of earthling matters, I would flinch, my heart recoiling, as from something unpleasant. Thus, through the jaundiced, estranged buoy in the sky, I would recall past memories, and hold out my quivering hand to reach over to the always-receding mysteries of existence.< Less
Drops Before a Mighty Rain By Taylor Phelps
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This paper was not about the grand picture of the second great awakening, but rather a few small drops, before the mighty rain. Just as Reverend McGready said in his letter to the Cumberland... More > Presbyterian Churches of Western Kentucky and Tennessee he felt the power of God being demonstrated in his small congregations to form a bond between man and holy God. The conversion experience that many people felt was an experience they took back home with them. Many people from the Methodist and Baptist faiths formed congregations to be a way of life, and that heritage continues today. In studying the history of Clear Creek Baptist Bible College you will find that at Clear Creek Springs in 1925 and prior years “camp meetings” were held on what is now the athletic field and classroom building. The zeal from the very first revival continued for many decades. Although, the second great awakening lasted from 1800 to 1835 it became a tradition to have “brush arbor” meetings for the Appalachian region and the South.< Less
Aller sans retour : 4250km sur le Pacific Crest Trail By André Allard
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4 250 kilomètres, c'est la distance du Pacific Crest Trail, sentier qui relie la frontière du Mexique à celle du Canada à travers les montagnes des Etats-Unis... More > d'Amérique. Chaque année, de nombreux randonneurs essaient de parcourir cette distance à travers la chaleur de la Californie du Sud, la neige de la Sierra Nevada, la canicule de la Californie du Nord, les moustiques de l'Oregon et les dénivelés ardus de l'état de Washington. Ce livre n'est pas un conte de fée où tout le monde est gentil, où jamais le randonneur ne souffre, où jamais il ne critique ses camarades. Ici, point de récit faux-cul, ici je raconte ma randonnée sans langue de bois, en décrivant certes le Pacific Crest Trail, mais aussi mes sentiments envers le chemin en lui-même, sur moi, sur mes camarades de marche et sur les autres choses qui font partie du sentier.< Less
Aller sans retour : 4250km sur le Pacific Crest Trail By André Allard
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4 250 kilomètres, c'est la distance du Pacific Crest Trail, sentier qui relie la frontière du Mexique à celle du Canada à travers les montagnes des Etats-Unis... More > d'Amérique. Chaque année, de nombreux randonneurs essaient de parcourir cette distance à travers la chaleur de la Californie du Sud, la neige de la Sierra Nevada, la canicule de la Californie du Nord, les moustiques de l'Oregon et les dénivelés ardus de l'état de Washington. Ce livre n'est pas un conte de fée où tout le monde est gentil, où jamais le randonneur ne souffre, où jamais il ne critique ses camarades. Ici, point de récit faux-cul, ici je raconte ma randonnée sans langue de bois, en décrivant certes le Pacific Crest Trail, mais aussi mes sentiments envers le chemin en lui-même, sur moi, sur mes camarades de marche et sur les autres choses qui font partie du sentier.< Less

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