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They love signs in the sky

By Meagan DionPublished about a month ago 1 min read
Photo by Bryan Goff on Unsplash

Eager millions

Crowd highways,

Looking to the sky

In desperate hope for

Purpose, meaning or a

Sign, but will remain



Don't get me wrong, I probably enjoyed the eclipse more than anyone because it was on my birthday, and in the town I was born in, totality started at the time I was born. However, false prophets were screaming from the rooftops (i.e. internet) that the celestial phenomenon was more than just a beautiful act of God, namely, a sign of His judgement. The hogwash they spewed was riddled with logical fallacies and atrocious scriptural backflips. As we saw, it was nothing more than a wonderful display. I hope you got the chance to see it too.


About the Creator

Meagan Dion

My life is a little crazy. Four kids, homeschool, write, create and coffee. Coffee is a verb. Do you coffee? I aspire to blow glass and finish / publish my novel. I would like to have an impact. Also, coffee.

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  • Jazzy about a month ago

    That is so cool that it started at the same time that you were born and sounds like the very good start of a movie. Loved this

  • Babs Iversonabout a month ago

    Wow, mememorable birthday and the eclipse to fall on your special day!!! Fantastic entry and loved it!!!♥ ♥ ♥

  • Vicki Lawana Trusselli about a month ago

    Yes it was a beautiful picture. There were people saying things all over the world over the internet. Not much to the eclipse here in California. So just wrote a fantasy story about it. The eclipse is one of nature's beauties

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