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  • Dad’s Widow

    Dad’s Widow

    Dad’s Widow By Cindy Adame She wears an old, comfortable robe belted tightly about her, lest a peek-a-boo of joy slips through, titillates an

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  • Secrets of the Bayou

    Secrets of the Bayou

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    by Robert Callaci Jumping Jack Jimmy Jam Jones lived in a mud shack deep down in the bayous of Louisiana. Jimmy Jam was a
  • Sparrow June Falls in Love

    Sparrow June Falls in Love

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    by Kyle Richardson Sparrow June falls in love with Reason Cartwell at exactly 3:43 in the afternoon—under a cherry blossom tree, to be precise.
  • The Smell of Burning Bling

    The Smell of Burning Bling

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    By  Tim L. Murphy The Smell of Burning Bling      after Ocean, Thirty-Six, by Sue Goyette  We went to the old blind man who
  • Escape

    Escape

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    by Rob Essley “For from this viewpoint, nothing ever changes except your proximity to the Truth.” — Ichart Gerbier, 1788 Throngs of black-headed matchsticks
  • Alfred Went to War

    Alfred Went to War

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    by Clark Cook this man shrugged casually with all the other smooth young men who yawned their eager eyesooooto war then died in bloodsoaked
  • A Darkening Night

    A Darkening Night

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    by Gerald Dunnett The sky turns grey as a tombstone And the land darkens into dusk As the sun lurks, towards the night As bushy
  • 1974

    1974

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    by Lindy Warrell A new house in Darwin, angels twinkle and bells tinkle on a fresh pine branch in the corner while fridge and freezer
  • Superheroes

    Superheroes

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    Superheroes by Geoff Ryder There are defining moments in everyone’s lives, moments that change everything forever. I clearly remember my moment. It happened twenty-five
  • The End of Forever is Tomorrow (a Sestina)

    The End of Forever is Tomorrow (a Sestina)

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    Bob Callaci: The songs of creation shall be sung, not spoken, and will last forever and Eternity- It arises from the nothingness that the
  • Spring Cleaning

    Spring Cleaning

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    by Harper J. Cole  One fine April morning, Antimony Jackson tripped over the collection of stuffed animals that cluttered her hallway. ‘Bother it,’ she

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