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Starfall-Morgan Smith

             Darkness tugs us up and the stars fall down. The sky bends down to ...
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The Beating of the Wings- Teresa Sutton

I want to fold myself up, lie on the ground, and listen to the millions of feet shuffling towards something ...
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The true things-Irina Valerina

Not many of the true things are yours, but what you have is enough so that the light remained light ...
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A Year After They Stopped Bothering to Name the Hurricanes- Andrea Rinard

                  The zebra is back. I can see it from the kitchen ...
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Wasted Time-Gemma Johnston

Who was this codger in the mirror?  His eyes, once piercing, were now hooded in an anxiety-furrowed brow.  His jowls hung ...
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Professor and the Gravel- Laura lee

You reading another damn book of poems, Da asked early morning slur and clink don't you have to work? Char ...
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One of the Many Poems About Him- Rose McKnight

The circular thoughts that exist in my brain of you, When I love somebody, I want to keep them away ...
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Hidden, I Hide- VanessaMarie Caron

Hidden away out of sight and out of mind. That’d been the plan. If it hadn’t been for the year-old ...
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Getting Somewhere-George Amabile

If you live long enough, you might arrive at a place which has no name on Earth maps. And your ...
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City Scene-Peter Beda

I. Abstract shit convert legit inate legal action posing for a fraction get a piece of the action     ...
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Dying In A Dead Dog-Stuart James Forrest

A dead dog in the road; more precious than gold to a lonely black boy that was eight years old ...
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Tenderlion-Jessica Noyes McEntee

Jesus has given Mrs. O’Connor in Apartment 5C a fifth daughter, although he hasn’t yet given Mr. O’Connor the wherewithal ...
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When It Hurts-J. Ray Paradiso

So, I had a few pops after work an’ was feelin’ loosey-goosey. Waddlin’ on d’lift to my pond on 12 ...
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Evanescence- Mary Auston

Out there into the black hole, I’ve waited for millions of years into the constant maneuver Gravitational singularity what they ...
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Toucan are real- David Lohrey

That was it. I wasn’t able to be free, wasn’t prepared to carry the load, not entirely. I was too ...
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Silver Alert- Brandi Kehl

Liquid coursing from eyes, her tongue tastes the salt from her cheek. Alone, meek, tiny, frightened is she as she ...
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Hold the Storm- Levi Bentley

A lassitude of body hung Deepsea line strung From a horseshoe Shaped in the brain a physical location That means ...
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So, I woke up in Egypt- Anthony Afairo Nze

(TWO BEAUTIFUL STORIES BY OUR YOUNG ARTIST) SO, I WOKE UP IN EGYPT I was now thirty-thousand feet in the ...
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A Stitch in Primetime- Wendy Lee Klenetsky

It was one of those TV reality-contest–type shows, where budding clothing designers were given a chance to make and display ...
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My Cold Feet- Xhevrije Prisoj

It had been a long day. It was our day off, yet our alarm clock went off at 7:00a.m. that ...
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The Clothes Line-Angela Sewalson

The clothes line, decrepit and worn, stands tall in the yard. Abandoned by where the children play. Forgotten about, as ...
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This won’t sell- Omar Esparza

I’m a coward for not staking my life on writing I’m a coward for not wagering my life and the ...
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Happiness is Like a Bodhi Tree-Clem Vahe

What we think, we become. -Buddha I’ve read that time travel isn't supposed to be possible. However, according to certain ...
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