Drink Me by Joshua Richard

With a gunshot of thunder, more of the bleak cliff slid into the devouring ocean, and another piece of Carrie’s childhood home perched atop was lost. The sea, made red by unnatural dusk, screamed against an eroding shore, each wave claiming another one of Carrie’s...

Till Dusk by Kellye McGrew

dusk, there will be no dawn, Because I am only human nothing is ever real is it? I’ve been down a road not seen by many but I press on. I’ve seen animals, they’ve mocked me and its disgusting, Lost, dazed, and confused, I found my heart rusting. I regret to inform all...

Goldilocks 2.0 by Juliana Burns

The family of three bears, Papa Bear, Mama Bear, and Little Bear, went out to the local mall on a mild spring day. Because they lived in such a good area of town, the bears often went out and left their front door unlocked. This was much to the displeasure of Mama...

Hopeless Hope by Stephanie White

A soul so warm, a heart so dark, beauty awaits a prince, awaits that spark. Day and night, and day and night, continuous battle to see the light… Why fight? Beauty turned old, bright soul turned cold. No happy ending, truth be...

The Mermaid by LeeAnn Reynolds, Prose Winner

Albert lived alone in a dank, cramped two-room apartment, unable to afford anything much better. Even if he could have, it was unlikely the thought would occur to him to move to a place that had regular heating, or didn’t attract rats, cockroaches, and other vermin....

Iron by LeeAnn Reynolds

Metal burns those who live in fairy realm. Why then, would I be hurt by metal’s touch As if I were in oven or in kiln? Why would my bones break o’er steel wire, such That my aching jaw and tired smile fail? What ever did I do that brought me this? My smile frozen, my...
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