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Dear Lord

Posted: Wed Dec 02, 2009 9:25 pm
by revsleestaxx
Dear Lord
We are about to do battle with evil it's self.
We are about to face the wicked and unwashed evil that is our enemy, and our competition.
We will send them home dear Lord. They will say your name in prayer as we create an insurmountable gain and a huge victory on their asses. So much so that they will say nothing but “I am sorry Lord that I have strayed. I am so very sorry. And I am not worthy of your love, please forgive me”
YES they are coming home O’ Lord, they are coming home.

Re: Dear Lord

Posted: Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:57 pm
by tbaker2500
Welcome back Rev, we missed you!

Re: Dear Lord

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 1:58 am
by ROU Killing Time
I always have this mental image of Samual Jackson when I'm reading these ditties of yours, Rev.

Echo the seniments. Glad to have ya back around.

So, is this drabble a war of words? A battle of ideas? I notice that while the tone seems intentionally jingo-istic and theologically warlike, it contains a counterbalancing lack of mention of any actual violent events or tactics.

Re: Dear Lord

Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 3:05 pm
by revsleestaxx
thanks.
I wrote this a prayer to be recited before playing a game/sport. I say it before starting most any online game it puts me in the mood.

I have been busy reformatting my books for the Kindle. I have one done and a few more to go. I found this buried in my book and noticed it was 100 words so I thought I would share it.

Re: Dear Lord

Posted: Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:32 am
by ROU Killing Time
The Oregon Ducks must have gotten a copy of this for before the game, then. :-)

What a great Civil War of the Roses that was. If you're into college football, that is.

Re: Dear Lord

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2009 8:06 am
by themorg
revsleestaxx wrote: We are about to face the wicked and unwashed evil that is our enemy, and our competition.

i enjoyed your Drabble and i am saying something about the idea of unwashed evil and not a criticism of your word choice or imaginary. It really gets on my nerve about saying being unwashed is evil or at least less good. if that were the case Portland might be the most evil place in the United States.(i live there so i think i can say that but maybe i am not allowed) it seems to make some people less of worthy if they have a different idea of being clean. i am a man who has body hair on my upper body but this is considered dirty if i were to look at pop culture. i smell some people who use way too AXE body spray and it almost smell as bad as sewer gas back up in the bathroom. (at least it attacks my senses in a similar way.) would Satin not be noticed if he took a shower every morning or before going out. or by using Body spray we would follow what he said without questioning because he smells normal. ok i am off my soap box, i really liked the Drabble.

Re: Dear Lord

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2009 8:33 am
by Phenopath
Are you guys ALL from Portland?

I feel a "giant robot destroys Portland" drabble coming on.

Re: Dear Lord

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2009 8:44 am
by themorg
Phenopath wrote:Are you guys ALL from Portland?

I feel a "giant robot destroys Portland" drabble coming on.
A Holy Giant Robot and it will fight Bill gates Bot

Re: Dear Lord

Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 8:07 pm
by revsleestaxx
themorg wrote:
revsleestaxx wrote: We are about to face the wicked and unwashed evil that is our enemy, and our competition.

i enjoyed your Drabble and i am saying something about the idea of unwashed evil and not a criticism of your word choice or imaginary. It really gets on my nerve about saying being unwashed is evil or at least less good. if that were the case Portland might be the most evil place in the United States.(i live there so i think i can say that but maybe i am not allowed) it seems to make some people less of worthy if they have a different idea of being clean. i am a man who has body hair on my upper body but this is considered dirty if i were to look at pop culture. i smell some people who use way too AXE body spray and it almost smell as bad as sewer gas back up in the bathroom. (at least it attacks my senses in a similar way.) would Satin not be noticed if he took a shower every morning or before going out. or by using Body spray we would follow what he said without questioning because he smells normal. ok i am off my soap box, i really liked the Drabble.
Unwashed as in not cleaned of sin by the lamb's blood. Unwashed as in all evil is not clean. and it roll's off my mental tongue well and sounds very old school religion. hey religion and pigeon rhythm, i think there may be another drabble or sermon in there.