Author Archives: Jason Youngman

About Jason Youngman

I am an explorer of volition and soul, a song under a night's sky and a dream that forever yearns to be.

A Writers Inner Sea

Daily we prepare the ship by setting the mast, Opening the sails and preparing the nets to cast. We push ourselves into the cold & mysterious sea, And tread the water until the winds inter-dependency. Each peddle stroke strengthens our … Continue reading

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You are probably familiar with the idea of defragmentation. In laymen terms it has to do with your computer aligning and storing info on the hard disk to free up space. This helps to put things in order so that … Continue reading

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Of all the life strategies that render what is fruitful, Forgiveness by far is one of the most useful. It is the oil that soothes & prevents friction, A bonding agent for great benediction. Forgiveness as moisture keeps the heart … Continue reading

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I heard there was a secret chord

In response to My Fascination with Hell my friend D referred to Jesus’ disposition towards sin. Now keep in mind that D is not a Christian or religious, unless of course he is keeping it a secret from his friends … Continue reading

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Hell is a hard sell

Now that I’ve slept on it and received some feedback on yesterday’s blog (My Fascination with Hell) it appears that the defragmenting required to put this neurosis to bed is too complicated for me to keep it nice and tidy … Continue reading

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My Fascination with Hell

As a child my fascination with hell grew out of proportion. The idea of bad people being damned for eternity was terrifying! Not to mention that their souls were to be tortured forever in the lake of fire. I believe … Continue reading

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Clearing the mind through the sand castles of time. We may find ourselves waking up in the morning with negative thoughts. They could be about the mistakes we made at work or the unkindness of another or any number of … Continue reading

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Of all the lyric poems to have been written in the name of social justice, ON THE TURNING AWAY imbues warmth and inclines intelligence towards a greater good. This poem in particular has been a reminder to stretch myself in … Continue reading

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Passionate Lust Flowers and Fades

  Her tongue firm yet silky pressing against my flesh Moisture, soft and tenacious Longing that forgotten touch Her soothing seductive sighs Slithering up my back as goose bumps tingle And spread ecstasy all over my nakedness The ocean waves … Continue reading

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Click on the image above to feel the Poet breathe soul into his art. Recorded in nature on top of Mount Scio in its natural form; i.e. in its original dawning through mind. Whereas the written version below was trimmed … Continue reading

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