Posts Tagged ‘Death’

  • The Book of Dog: The Dance is Life

    October 20th, 2017 | Book of Dog | journalpulp | No Comments

    Death, where is thy sting? Dance me very tenderly, and dance me very long. Dance me to the end of love. Buy the beautiful paperback

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  • Leonard Nimoy, RIP

    Leonard Nimoy, RIP

    February 27th, 2015 | Star Trek | journalpulp | No Comments

    In 1975, when Leonard Nimoy was 45-years-old, he wrote a book titled, I Am Not Spock. Some 20 years later, he wrote another book, a follow-up (of sorts), titled I Am Spock. One finds oneself strangely heartened by Leonard Nimoy’s eventual acceptance of his iconic status — and the colossal shadow his most famous character […]

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  • The Wildest Misconceptions About Oscar

    May 13th, 2014 | Oscar Wilde | journalpulp | 2 Comments

    Oscar Wilde, whose full name was Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wills Wilde, is, in my opinion, endlessly fascinating — and probably as a result of that he’s frequently misconceived. Here are three of the most famous fabulations: 3. Oscar only liked men In actuality, women gave him a big hard-on — judging, at least, from the […]

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  • Early Winter

    November 7th, 2013 | Poetry | journalpulp | 4 Comments

    The crystal blades of winter frost Have snipped the leaves that dot the field. The trees leak iron-black across The sky where evening swallows wheeled. A knifey light cuts deep and shows Leaves with their intricate designs Half sodden in the drifted snows, Beneath the moaning, deathless pines. And wind like water softly pours Over […]

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  • Autumnal

    October 12th, 2013 | Poetry | journalpulp | 7 Comments

    Summer dies, the long days wane away. The heat in the sky melts like lead to liquid pools. The hills beyond are as white as clay. Now creep in the gentle autumn ghouls, Trailing behind their silken shawls of Lethe- an mist. Shadows warp, gourds enlarge. And now what is always there but not Quite […]

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  • Of Easter, Eggs, Ovulation, Bunny Rabbits, and the Resurrection of Christ

    Of Easter, Eggs, Ovulation, Bunny Rabbits, and the Resurrection of Christ

    March 30th, 2013 | Easter | journalpulp | 4 Comments

    [The following is a repost:] A reader writes: Dear Sir: Why do rabbits and eggs represent Easter, which also celebrates the resurrection of Christ? — Peter Dear Peter: Easter primarily represents the advent of springtime, just as Christ’s resurrection does. The Old-English word Eastre derives from an Anglo-Saxon Pagan goddess named Eostre, about whom very […]

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  • Of Easter, Ovulation, Eggs, Rabbits, And The Resurrection

    Of Easter, Ovulation, Eggs, Rabbits, And The Resurrection

    April 6th, 2012 | Easter | journalpulp | 10 Comments

    A reader writes: Dear Sir: Why do rabbits and eggs represent Easter, which also celebrates the resurrection of Christ? — Peter Dear Peter: Easter primarily represents the advent of springtime, just as Christ’s resurrection does. The Old-English word Eastre derives from an Anglo-Saxon Pagan goddess named Eostre, about whom very little is known. What we […]

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