How Can I Experience Joy? (Examples of Baal)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 850

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the dumps the bible gives examples of baal one king ran away into his life one king ran away into his life one king asked god to the desert and asked video to the desert and asked god to the dump the bible gives examples of baal one king ran away to the dump the bible gives examples of baal one king ran away take him somewhere else so he just sent down the desert and asked god to take his life one king ran away the desert asked god never been born

what comes then? even during hardship? even during the bible can bring the blues so how do we god in the bible hardship comes? even in the midst of despair he also learned that studying the bible can bring the mist of despair he also learned to pray and howl job is encouraged that hardship comes? even in those men overcome the bible can bring hardship comes? even during the bible the bible can bring us joy and righteousness our lives again david wrote that

he won’t change he won’t change he won’t change he won’t he will always be there for you are who you it’s like there for you it’s like there for you are in this storm mind where you keep what makes him an incredible song by casting crowns praise you by casting crowns praise you in this storm in times of encouragement in the storm in times of encouragement in times of you it’s like you are there

to help you have a friend that you have to be alone do you and that friend struggle king we are simply not meant to be alone do you have friends to rest and help you have friends to rest and help him to have friends to have friends to help you have friends to rest and help us rest and help us to rest and help you and help you and help you have friends that you have friends to be alone do you have a christian friends to be alone do you have a christian friend to help him to rest and that you have a christian friends rest

make us happy ask forgiveness then for god for gods for god forgiveness is the issue you might be temporarily happy from possessions the center of real joy god’s bouquet for god’s forgiveness things or people but only christ is the issue you might be temporarily happy from possessions for god for god’s for gods for god’s forgiveness of things or people but only christ is the center of real joy o not dwell—do not dwell on past experiences our hurts our hurts

if you love time read you joy like only god can knowing words pray and your joy will be full you love you love yourself and you joy like only god can knowing you love your joy will help your new cell phone i guarantee it will be full of you love your joy will never bring yourself and ultimately know you joy like only god can knowing your joy will never bring you love yourself and ultimately knowing words pray and you put time into reading his word pray and yourself and ultimately knowing words pray

Admiral John Pesticide Speaks

Wikipedia Poem, No. 836

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Peace takes its name from a painter whose personal piece ponders only possible depths: Admiral John Pesticide. His earliest followers signed a lease to expression, now each piece takes its true depths. Admiral John Pesticide’s installation of a triangular red pit, which was manned twenty-four-seven fell into Admiral John Pesticide’s possession along with several dizzying emails.

“Now this sculpture is only eight meteoric peaks of impossible creations,” Admiral John Pesticide said in an interview next week.

Some of Admiral John Pesticide’s sculptures are installed on their sides and metaphoric followers fear they plan to reopen the concrete gallery floor and create major incidents, which did take place August 13 of next year, signatures from an endless officer told the Italian renaissance.

Painting sniffs the experience officer, says it appears solid, hides well, per Público, a popular Madrid-based daily newspaper. The museum recently told the room approximately 20 feet square.

In that inaugural incident, followers log on to the artist’s website, which took plans to fall text into a hole, the pit was later promised. Admiral John Pesticide wouldn’t handle the work for fear of mosquito bites, which underpin his sculpture the triangular red pit, the concrete and metaphoric neon swallow plans a hole, was a new museum to a few days in late June.

“It worked. Then, was temporarily wrecked,” said Admiral John Pesticide regarding the piece’s true depths. The museum told the museum to an endless gathering of hands spit the hole it happened. Franklin Sirmans was furious, then impressed, then in space looking thin and infinite, which took some planning. And was pleased. And was pleased.

Mere Gravity

Wikipedia Poem, No. 834

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us against the word:
their inevitable cancer candy coats crap out sum syllables
you can say it famous like as all writing's rich sequence the author assumes,
and it may cure how many woman at this point is manipulation,
no one can say it better—you and the mfa applications. please
the stream is bone deep and cold and i find if i despise statistics
           the possible opens its purse strings
on this political order and so many woman in this malignant poem switch off friends.
o, it may cure how many smashed heineken bottles. feet ache in the water.
please share our words, though they are short of many smashed pleasures.

Authentic, Rare and Valuable (Landscape in the Diminished Field)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 822

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sea glass purity of the heineken
seed glass of man made pond
self destructing purity

north toward precocial ducklings
floats east then north toward the east
on heineken sea

free of heineken sea glass
purity of ducklings floating east
then north toward an apple tree

Curtainlike Rock Formations

Wikipedia Poem, No. 731

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proposed before but experts say two new studies
finally give convincing evidence that’s been propos

on cave walls and use symbols the brainpower
to make artistic works and use symbols the brainpower

artwork until now most scientists thought all cave
made there’s no way homo sapiens could have mad

some disks and the new work concludes that some
disks and the outline of lines some disks at the w

into europe that’s a surprise that’s a surprise
that constitutes a surprise that’s a surprise that

said in the new work now he said in the new work
now the second study provided evidence that nean

shells some 115000 years ago which is far earlier
than similar artifacts anywhere than similar ar

of the new work neanderthals lived in a boulder
who also didn’t participate in boulders who also did

into europe from africa the research released
on determining the time h sapiens moved into eur

team of previously known artwork in three caves
in three caves in three caves in three caves in nort

artwork surfaces and analyzed them in a lab results
indicated artwork from all three were artwork s

anthropology in leipzig germany rmany ich occurred
some 45000 to 40000 to 40000 years ago

made by spewing a hand made by spewing
a stenciled outline of a hand made by spewing

hoffmann said making preparation of the hand
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randomly so they are rather than randomly so
they are rather han randomly so the authors wrote

and punctured an age of 45000 years old too young
to 50000 to 50000 to find the age of shells th

for the new work researchers analyzed rock
that isls had been found results indicated the shell

attributed to h sapiens the finding shows neanderthals
shared symbolic thinking with h sapiens

artifacts in africa or western asia than comparable
artifacts in africa or western asia that are att

overall mental ability the two species were
indicated membership in researchers wrote nobody

who did the study with hoffmann and advanced
studies in barcelona spain who did the catalan instit

he shell color and holes could have occurred if the shell
color and holes could have occurred natura

papers said he rkeley geochronology center in
the dating technique used in california an expert

show we are not they show we are not the results
of both studies to be very solid the results

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Source: Ritter, Malcolm. “Science Says: European art scene began with Neanderthals.” ABC News, Associated Press, 22 Feb. 2018, abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/science-european-art-scene-began-neanderthals-53282078.

“Women Begin New Reign of Terror”

Wikipedia Poem, No. 724

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“He said I was fooling I am not a tree and he dropped his leaves.” Russell Edson

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   invite the unknown he was crying 
and so 
i cried
and 
    i cried
        and so i cried
she's getting thinner   watch it

How I Go About It (Effort)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 716

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Three Movements

Wikipedia Poem, No. 705

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“free play of forms and forces, clearly beyond our laws and indifferent to our wishes” Yves Bonnefoy

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     but also! 
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scene that  
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     but comedy being the
room foreground 
dogs 
      were!

Impossible Tercets as Exaggerated Reality

Wikipedia Poem, No. 624

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to be livable over the
next two decades
settle increasingly feeling to avoid those threats dr strauss said

adding to avoid those threats
others to escape
that any cities where some within the effects of climate the

effects of the effects
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brunt of the climate central an independent
nonprofit
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that any cities mitigate change within the
effects
at climate change

within the
climate impacts of
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collaboration could
settle in the heat
dr strauss said adding

to
avoid those threats
dr strauss

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Source: Bromwich, Jonah Engel. “Where can you escape the harshest effects of climate change?” The New York Times, The New York Times, 20 Oct. 2016. 

Ivy, After Forgetting, Again

Wikipedia Poem, No. 606

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