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J. C. Kuehn Miller
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Reader. Writer. Thinker. These three get me and keep me in trouble.
Reader. Writer. Thinker. These three get me and keep me in trouble.

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New Poem: "Luminescence"

The fireflies ascend in streaks against the purple dusk sky, (Let us be attentive) gracefully dancing like ballerinas shooting heavenward like resurrected falling stars. Their erect posture centers the collective existence with backs pressed against the…

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In the form of fall, Our green lives take on color; In the likeness of dawn, The fiery fingers warm our eyes. After all the words have been said And every corridor traversed, The scent of the jacaranda blooms Perfume my meditative nose. Where the…

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Can You Be orthodox Without Orthodoxy?

I thoroughly enjoy reading The Gospel Coalition’s articles and blogs. I find myself blessed by their perspective and insights. Other than their flaunting of the disgusting theory of penal substitutionary atonement, I agree with them on many different…

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Working for a Non-Profit is More Than a Job (CDH Action Day)

Sunday, April 19th is Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Action Day. After gallons of coffee and hours of calling senators and congressmen, filling out indecipherable online contact forms for governors, Cherubs has acquired proclamations from 45 states and…

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The Eyes Deceive What the Mind Perceives: New Hyper-Short Story

“I see she has royalty in her blood. The way she holds her back slightly arched, chin in. She carries a grace; she flows. Her perfectly toned shoulders press up against her purple sweater. The paleness of her cheeks are accented by the slight blush…

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Why Orthodox Don't Understand Your Worship: Sunday of Orthodoxy

In a couple of days, the Orthodox Church will be celebrating the Sunday of Orthodoxy also known as the Triumph of Orthodoxy. This feast day has been practiced since the 9th century following the seventh ecumenical council which condemned iconoclasm as…

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Softly now. Let us drown the newborn in blessed kisses. Set it ablaze. Walk with me. Our futures are intertwined like threads in a Persian tapestry. Rising and falling, upright stubbornness and downtrodden humility, tresses and curls, dresses and pearls.…

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Please, Call Me Jason

7 years ago, during freshmen orientation, my friend nick-named me “Morocco.” It stuck. I joke that only my family and ex-girlfriends call me Jason. That’s somewhat true. Two weeks from today, I will be chrismated into the Eastern Orthodox Church: the…

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Never have I looked Looked into eyes like yours. Your smile reminds me Of that joy In finding a sand dollar On the shore Revealed in the receding waves. I know few words To describe your nose. Subtle. Cute. Poignant. The best way to describe Your nose Is…

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Wrote a letter to Nicolas Sparks for Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia.
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