Reductio Ad Absurdum (A Poem Dreamed, Then Written)

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Reductio Ad Absurdum (A Poem Dreamed, Then Written), Page 1 – By Luke Austin Daugherty, Copyright: 2016- All Rights Reserved on Words and Image

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Reductio Ad Absurdum (A Poem Dreamed, Then Written), Page 2 – By Luke Austin Daugherty, Copyright: 2016- All Rights Reserved on Words and Image

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An Untitled Poem About My Father (Written for His Funeral)

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An Untitled Poem About My Father (Written for His Funeral) -Copyright: 2009, Luke Austin Daugherty- All Rights Reserved

Happy Father’s Day to the dads we are, the ones who we have loved, and the ones who we have lost! – Luke

 

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This poem was written by my dad, Joe Earl Daugherty, four years before he died and a couple years prior to his cancer diagnoses. His prescience is found in his words. I got being a poet honest, I suppose. Happy Father’s Day, dad! We poets may die (usually too early), but our prose lives on!

 

The Sunday Sermon: Hank Green on What it Means to Matter

Check this one out, peeps! It’s worth your four minutes. I don’t have much to add to Hank’s presentation on this one πŸ™‚

Have a great week! -Luke