Gideon’s Bible

Every word of God is pure. Do not add to His words, lest He rebuke you, and you be found a liar.

 

The Bhagavad Gita

All scriptures lead to me. I am their author and their wisdom.

 

Popular Science

Survival will depend on the ability to evade micrometeoroids, extract

oxygen from rocks.

 

The Coffeemaker

Avoid sharp blows, scratches or rough handling.

 

The Teachings of the Buddha

Only through the Buddha’s noble teaching shall man escape all worldly desires.  

 

Shopping Guide

Come spend your day with us!  Find It All In One Mall!  ATMs!  Food court!

 

Men's Life

Be the Alpha your woman secretly desires.

 

Women’s World

Try This Decadent Double Chocolate Mousse!

 

The TV

If the connector and port don’t join with reasonable ease, they probably don’t match.

 

Church of God Bulletin

You are not alone! Let the Lord Jesus into your heart!

 

The Door

Do not admit persons into your room without first making identification. Use peep hole.

 

 

Rachel Crawford is a poet, writer, teacher, and editor whose work has appeared in many journals including The Lyric, Red Rock Review, Illya’s Honey, Apeiron Review, Figures of Speech, Lucid Rhythms, Yellow Chair Review, Mudlark, Anima, RiverSedge, Red River Review, Rock & Sling, The Wayfarer, Freshwater, Her Texas, and Crack the Spine.  

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