A spiritual sequel to the short story “Pride”.

[7]“Where shall I go from your Spirit?
Or where shall I flee from your presence?

[11]If I say, ‘Surely the darkness shall cover me,
and the light about me be night,’
[12]even the darkness is not dark to you;
the night is bright as the day,
for the darkness is as light with you.”

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You know who you are.

Big Sur, taken by yours truly.

“Some day, you will ache like I ache.” — Courtney Love

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Where pandemic and jaded Pride musings converge.

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On Paralysis.

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Another poem about my current infatuation.

Poetic ramblings on quarantine interactions.

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A warning.

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Deal with it.

Are you not my brother?
Am I not your son?
Are they not your daughters?
Are you not our parents?

A Biblical-immersive poem.

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though shall not covet
though shall not lust

honor thy father
honor thy mother

Arthur Ramirez

Aspiring novelist and amateur poet and op-ed writer on gay/queer/GSM topics. CA —> MN —> ? Stick around if I haven’t bored you yet.

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