October 30, 2009

The Latest from I Take Off The Mask!

The Latest from I Take Off The Mask!


One Broken Heart to Heal

Posted: 29 Oct 2009 04:50 PM PDT

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The Visionary had another troubling vision. In his dream he saw multitudes of people suffering from a terrible sickness. They cry night and day and plead for help.

Immediately, the Visionary went to the Inspirer and alerted her of his visions. To his surprise however, the Inspirer continued to attend to a woman kneeling at her feet.

"Can’t this wait?" the Visionary snapped. "We have a lot of things to do."

"But can’t you see? This woman’s heart had just been broken!" the Inspirer exclaimed.

"That’s just one heart!" the Visionary protested. "More people will suffer if we do not hurry."

"That is where you are wrong," the Inspirer replied. "All evil starts when we begin to ignore one heart. The moment you become comfortable watching a single soul die, you’d have set yourself numb to all other sufferings around you. Before long, you wouldn’t even care if a whole multitude becomes stricken with death as multitudes of people consist only of individual souls. I am not here to save many. I am here to save all by saving one broken soul, one God-given soul at a time."


October 27, 2009

Easy Poet Costume Ideas, Vampire Poems, and More

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Easy Poet Costume Ideas

Whether you're heading to a party with a literary theme or trying to impress an English teacher this Halloween, here are a few inexpensive costume ideas worth trying on.

On the web at: www.poets.org/costumes

Emily Dickinson

Though Emily Dickinson published fewer than a dozen poems over the course of her reclusive lifetime, she was an avid reader and writer, penning nearly 1,800 poems in her uniquely American style.

You Will Need
An old-school nightgown or simple white cotton dress
A ribbon
Hair pulled back in a modest bun
A fascicle (a small bundle of folded poems)

Extra Credit

Hand out plastic flies while reciting the immortal line: "I heard a Fly buzz—when I died..."


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