Creative Writing

“Changeless Orion,” A Poem

By Robert Racicot I walk empty, quiet streets,  each house aglow in blue, airwaves bursting with isolation. Moon rises early,  growing super pink,  soon the wild creeping phlox will wake. What we call tomorrow  will […]

Creative Writing

“Measure Twice”

By Tom Clark Like most significant scientific discoveries, my chance contribution to the annals of history came accidentally. The incident opened up a universe of possibilities and shook the foundations of physics. Or so I […]

Creative Writing

“What Do You See?”

By Aidan Smith I “What do you see?” the scientist asked Mr. Bartleby. “What do I see?” Mr. Bartleby replied.  He was unsure. It was difficult to see much of anything from the grainy picture. […]

Creative Writing

“Good Day”

By Tom Clark The envelope came as a surprise.  When I sent inquiries for employment outside town I never received a response, with one stinging exception, one I tried hard to forget:  Framingham Ironworks is […]

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“EXIT,” A Poem

By Tyanna McCaulsky Subtle FolkloresFictional Stories from the Drug WarDevious lies, Ignorant MentorsWhy is he hereWho are you speaking for?Cheap educationIs this it for the poor?The pandemonium, I can’t ignoreOur Politicians and their obnoxious uproarMedia […]

Creative Writing

Little Pink Dress

By Brianna Morin I am nineteen, and the harassment I have received from men is a continuous cycle for me. It saddens me to have to admit that this harassment is normal and that it’s […]