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Healing and the Mind by Bill Moyers
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Stopping for Death by Carol Ann Duffy
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How Can You Write a Poem When You Are Dying to AIDS? by John Harold
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Albert Espinosa
“Mucha gente cree que jamás viajeremos al futuro, pero yo creo que lo hacemos cada noche. Duermes y cuando despiertas han pasado cosas increíbles: se han firmado tratados, han cambiado los valores de la bolsa, hay gente que ha roto con su pareja o se ha enamorado en otras partes del planeta, donde la vida sigue...”
Albert Espinosa, Todo lo que podríamos haber sido tú y yo si no fueramos tú y yo

Albert Espinosa
“Recuerdo que mucha gente pensó que todos los que dejasen de dormir venderían su cama. No pasó; la cama aún tenía muchas funciones en la vida de esa gente: amar, tener sexo, descansar con los ojos abiertos, tumbarse, vivir… Se vendieron más camas que nunca.”
Albert Espinosa, Todo lo que podríamos haber sido tú y yo si no fueramos tú y yo

Joyce Shaughnessy
“After months of rumors, inference, and horrible miscalculations, the impossible had happened. The U.S. Pacific fleet lay twisted anad burning at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean in Honolulu. Had he been wrong about Japan not taking an offensive right now? God, he had thousands of men and women to think of, and he feared in his heart that it might not turn out the way he had seen it. He felt doomed, almost paralyzed by his gross miscalculation. He determined, however, that he would not let the word out about Pearl Harbor until he could meet with his American strategists and Philippine President Manuel Quezon.”
Joyce Shaughnessy, Blessed Are the Merciful

Henry Hazlitt
“This is perhaps as good a place as any to point out that what distinguishes many reformers from those who cannot accept their proposals is not their greater philanthropy, but their greater impatience. The question is not whether we wish to see everybody as well off as possible. Among men of good will such an aim can be taken for granted. The real question concerns the proper means of achieving it. And in trying to answer this we must never lose sight of a few elementary truisms. We cannot distribute more wealth than is created. We cannot in the long run pay labor as a whole more than it produces.”
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Gordon B. Hinckley
“Life is just like an old time rail journey ... delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders, and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling bursts of speed. The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride.”
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Poetry (Poetry)
1 chapters   —   updated May 07, 2012 02:56AM
Description: My old and current poetry. I'll try to consolidate it also here in this site. This is not a full list but I have some in store that I will use only for submissions to online publications.
Illicit: the Start of the Carnage (Mystery & Thrillers)
1 chapters   —   updated Apr 05, 2012 03:19AM
Description: The extended version of how the Great Demon Serial Killer began his reign of terror.
The Magic Carpet (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
1 chapters   —   updated Mar 18, 2012 08:09AM
Description: Once there was a magic carpet who fell in love with a boy.
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