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Jessica Bowe Coughing coughs, Like the struggling cries behind teeth from Anderson’s Speak. It’s funny, how the words get caught in the back of your brain while you get hammered from every direction because no one knows what eats you out of your skin at night. People...

Autumn

Melissa Capozzi The air permeated with the sweet scent of lemons and roasting wood. Rustic shades of crimson, olive and auburn tattoo the earth’s bare skin, as needles of pinecones pepper the path before our feet. An orange sphere with hollow eyes and sinister smile...

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AUTHOR The decision she made will change my life forever. I remember thinking that when I left the hospital that morning. I knew that in a couple of hours the nurse would call me and things would never be the same. I had left my mother in the hands of the surgeons and...

The First Haunting

Kim Spencer Wind of the crashing waves, Darkness of the rock that was beat upon; A swirling mass of blue and ivory. The moon is round and free, shining romantically with an air of mystery. A beacon of light from the silent tower Revolving as the sun, Heralding,...

Lessons in Love

Steven Marzella I stand at the counter of the pharmacy People come and go These are the men which tell their lovers “I would do anything for you” Yet waited for today to pick up A generically worded card and overpriced chocolate Self-pity sets in I have not spent the...

Oklahoma, You’ve Taught Me A Lot

Mai Alkoblan January 21, 2006 was a special day in my life. I remember when my lovely father talked to me about my husband. He asked me to meet him and know him better. I remember my father’s large brown eyes when he asked me about meeting my potential partner. In the...
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