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davidbrucehaiku: a wholesome pinup

https://pixabay.com/photos/rain-tropics-jungle-vintage-4162971/ *** A WHOLESOME PINUP *** This Russian model Makes me fall more in love with Cool vintage swimwear *** NOTE: The model is Victoria Borodinova, who is from Moscow, Russia. *** Free davidbrucehaiku #13 eBook (pdf) Free davidbrucehaiku #12 … Continue reading

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FREE PDF DOWNLOAD: davidbrucehaiku #13

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David Bruce: Outline of Dante INFERNO

Outline of the Inferno Cantos 1-2: Dark Wood of Error Virgil arrives at the request of three heavenly ladies to be Dante’s guide through the Inferno and up the Mountain of Purgatory. Canto 3: Vestibule of Hell Sinners who never … Continue reading

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Free PDF Download: davidbrucehaiku #12

FREE PDF DOWNLOAD: davidbrucehaiku #12

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Dante’s PARADISE, Canto 18: IMAGE OF JOHN THE BAPTIST

https://pixabay.com/en/gold-ingots-golden-treasure-513062/ *** IMAGE OF JOHN THE BAPTIST *** Popes worship image Of John the Baptist printed On Florence’s gold coins *** NOTE: Dante bitterly criticizes Popes who are more concerned about acquiring wealth than serving God. *** https://davidbruceblog.wordpress.com/2017/03/25/dantes-paradise-canto-18-retelling-jupiter-lovers-of-justice/ *** Free … Continue reading

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davidbrucehaiku: spectacular

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Lao-Tzu #4: The Tao is like an empty container

4   The Tao is like an empty container: it can never be emptied and can never be filled. Infinitely deep, it is the source of all things. It dulls the sharp, unties the knotted, shades the lighted, and unites … Continue reading

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