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PARAGON Annual 2017 By PARAGON comic
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Imagine it’s the 70s/80s and you are a little kid sitting on Christmas day shovelling your selection box into your face as fast as you can chew and reading a hardback special edition of your... More > favourite comic. Well, that’s what I’m trying to emulate here; new artists, reprints and text adventures featuring all your favourite characters from PARAGON; Jikan – the time-travelling demon stalker Spencer Nero – the British agent who finds superhuman strength whenever he dons the ancient roman Janus mask Ganesh – the antics of the elephant-headed Hindu god, as if he was drawn by Dudley Watkins Bulldog – the anthropomorphic protector of the skies above Blighty And Icarus Dangerous – the ancient Greek who flew too close to the sun, melted his wings and crashed to earth… and was rescued by aliens. This is the sequel. You don’t need to have read the first book as all will be explained but I certainly recommend that you do< Less
The Cycle of Spring By Rabindranath Tagore
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Song of the Bamboo O South Wind, the Wanderer, come and rock me, Rouse me into the rapture of new leaves. I am the wayside bamboo tree, waiting for your breath To tingle life into my... More > branches. O South Wind, the Wanderer, my dwelling is in the end of the lane. I know your wayfaring, and the language of your footsteps. Your least touch thrills me out of my slumber, Your whisper gleans my secrets. (Enter a troop of girls, dancing, representing birds.) Song of the Bird The sky pours its light into our hearts, We fill the sky with songs in answer. We pelt the air with our notes When the air stirs our wings with its madness. O Flame of the Forest, All your flower-torches are ablaze; You have kissed our songs red with the passion of your youth. In the spring breeze the mango-blossoms launch their messages to the unknown And the new leaves dream aloud all day.< Less
The New Hippie Joke Book By Brian Melsky
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The New Hippie Joke Book is 832 one-line jokes. It is my autobiographical account of my pains and sufferings turned into laughs and jokes. Therapist Cathy Meadows, MA told me,"Suffering and... More > torture lends itself to increased creativity." A creative writing teacher in college taught the class, "You write like you talk." The New Hippie Joke Book wrote itself and had a life of its own. I did no research and very little editing of The New Hippie Joke Book. I "winged" the book. Laughter is the key to survival and healing. "Laughter is the best medicine." "We can put this out and see where it goes. Can we protect him when it comes through the nose? Poehler wouldn't like it. Either would Fey. Woody wouldn't like it. "HAVE A NICE DAY!"(an agent's joke) "It's the end of Times. Time to renew. Be a Jew." "On the Jewish New Year they celebrate at the Matza Ball." "What is a Buddha pest? Someone that's Hungary." "The hippies are back. Without the acid, with the alkaline."< Less
WAITING ON THE LORD - My Path Toward Renewal By Rev. Michael Washington
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It is my theological presupposition that GOD knew us long before we were detectable in our mother’s womb. I am of the strong opinion that GOD knew every victory, success, as well as setback and... More > downfall long before we drew our first breath. Knowing this provides me great comfort, particularly given the fact that there are times in life when and where we are confronted with situations and circumstances which test and try our faith. There are moments in life, when and where we are confronted with our frailty and our weakness. Isaiah 40:31 for me is a scripture that has provided me great comfort and reassurance as I have faced my own challenges in life. This familiar passage reminds us that regardless of what we are facing, we serve a GOD who can and who will renew, restore and revive us: “But those who trust in the LORD will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint”.< Less
Waking Spirit: Prose & Poems the Spirit Sings By Shirley Cheng
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O, spread thy wings and fly to wondrous places! The winds shall take thee to undiscovered spaces where hearts dance to songs of delight sung by the spirits of life. Spirit, rise! You are about to... More > fly to a world of dancing hearts, singing spirits, with infinite love from life, in the treasure trove of Waking Spirit. Swing to the melodies as the essence of the prose and poetry, including 102 beautifully written haiku of nature wonders and delightful animals, awakens your soul. The inspirational quotes in A Moment with Shirley, and autobiographical tales, such as I'm Not Disabled--I'm Ultra-Abled, shine with the author's invincible spirit and precocious wisdom, empowering you to take flight. Many songs have been left unsung, their tales all untold. The melodies were never formed, with words all but spoken. Do not let the same misfortune befall your spirit. Sing your song while it is young. Let those melodies travel far and wide, and when you do, prepare to embrace the sky.< Less
Waking Spirit: Prose & Poems the Spirit Sings By Shirley Cheng
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O, spread thy wings and fly to wondrous places! The winds shall take thee to undiscovered spaces where hearts dance to songs of delight sung by the spirits of life. Spirit, rise! You are about to... More > fly to a world of dancing hearts, singing spirits, with infinite love from life, in the treasure trove of Waking Spirit. Swing to the melodies as the essence of the prose and poetry, including 102 beautifully written haiku of nature wonders and delightful animals, awakens your soul. The inspirational quotes in A Moment with Shirley, and autobiographical tales, such as I'm Not Disabled--I'm Ultra-Abled, shine with the author's invincible spirit and precocious wisdom, empowering you to take flight. Many songs have been left unsung, their tales all untold. The melodies were never formed, with words all but spoken. Do not let the same misfortune befall your spirit. Sing your song while it is young. Let those melodies travel far and wide, and when you do, prepare to embrace the sky.< Less
An Elegant Nature To The Poems Of Art - Volume Two By Richardson
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Richardson is a Poet and Artist living in British Columbia. He loves painting, writing and poetry and Volume Two is comprised of 25 more beautiful and thought-inspiring poems and prose. Included... More > are six more beautiful oil paintings which illustrate some of the accompanying poems. Also, a few have never been published before. This is the first time all the lovely and charming content contained in volume two has been published as an ebook. I'm happy to provide this wonderful volume for your convenience and enjoyment. And for you reading pleasure a poem by Richardson: Everyday's a Perfect Day 1998 They will awake, the details of the day displayed, The laughter filled their happy play, games and gossip put away, Another image, Many love to pray, the pure power involved to make ones day, Never a bad remark or thought, to anyone, in which they have been taught, Oh, if those angels would never grow old, but stay the same, Their wings that never would clip, and emotions to hold onto for always.< Less
Sky Flyers By Richard Mousseau
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Soaring freely on wings of silky canvas fabric, a colourful kite is barely seen against a clear blue sky. Higher than any of the other kites, twenty assorted kites jostled for manoeuverability.... More > Higher above them floated a sky flyer, its fabric skin taunt against a warm updraft and wind. Stressed to the breaking point, the tethered line held fast to the kite’s structural frame. Lazy dog day afternoons are meant for relaxing,and will be recalled in declining years of age. The Sky Flyer waved its long tail of spinning fan blades. Competing kids unreeled in line, in hopes of matching the sky flyer’s height. Eyes fixated on the height of the sky flyer. Kids cheered, and town’s folk paused, all awed with delight. Some wished that their childhood could have been as adventurous and playful. This September of Nineteen-Ten Is a momentous day. Quote: Boy, kids had fun back in the olden days. Modern kids are missing out on life. At sixty, I want to go fly a kite!< Less
Starry Eye "We Are?" By Robin Carretti
eBook (ePub): $7.99
I never knew I could love so much.We had mansion house by the ocean living like the Kennedy this was Massachusetts’s Cape Cod. She was the Jackie O parrot holding every heart clinging. On the... More > waterside Inn holding two parrots my twin's kid-way of living.Became her servant's.What big eye's you have with your diamond big parrot she was sitting in the west wing, nibbling on our kid I-pod’s. We bought the perfect phone 4 the parrot data, he used all his voices, he woke up with Lauren judges they taped her bird lip’s a million crayon’s and smudges We’re all breed’s proud red-fronted parrot always hung out in the front, met his match Blue Macaw what Tim McGraw flew south his guitar was packed,Southern Pecan bird Sweet Loretta of peace pie eating up every bird nut. Hey! Parrot your killing my eyesight brighter than a mango.What parrot ring's of the Beatle-ringo. What’s going on, Marvin he will give you the info twice never share it once.Anyone who has never made a mistake never tried anything starry eye new.< Less

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