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Oh, Hell

May 28, 2011 1

by James Whitcomb Reilly Oh Hell–just what is meant by this word Hell. They say sometimes it’s cold as Hell, Sometimes they say it’s hot as Hell. When it rains they say it’s Hell they cry, And it’s Hell when it’s dry. They hate like Hell to see it snow, It’s a Hell of a […]

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The Hounds of Hell Defeated

May 28, 2011 0

by Tereese Cuenca The hounds of Hell have dogged my steps so many nights and days, I’ve hardly known a time of rest Or any peaceful ways. The dogs of condemnation Have torn me from within, How can I ever lose them. How can I ever win? Lies, despair and hopelessness They wound me, vicious […]

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Doves of Hope

May 28, 2011 0

by Tereese Eldred Cuenca THE DOVES OF HOPE, WHERE DO THEY REST, WHEN STORMS AND TROUBLE SHAKE THEIR NEST? WHERE DOES HOPE LIE, WHERE IS HER CLEFT? SHE WAITES IN GENTLE QUIETNESS. SHE’S NESTELED HERE, WITHIN THE WORD, AND THERE SHE WAITS FOR HER RELEASE; FROM HEARTS TO LIPS TO HEAVEN’S GATES, HOPE FLIES ON […]

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Hell Poems

May 28, 2011 1

Just What the Hell is “Hell?” by Gary Amirault There once was a time, ’twas plain to see Just what the hell, Hell was meant to be. But then theologians got into the act And Hell no longer was a simple fact. Hell formerly was a dark hidden space Imperceivable, covered, a true hiding place. […]

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Hell Phrases

May 28, 2011 0

by Gary Amirault The word “Hell” is a very popular word in English. Actually it is not an English word, it is a German word. As a matter of fact, about 90 percent of the King James English is actually borrowed from Anglo-Saxon language, that is, German. The word Hell appears in many common phrases. […]