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My Bad

By Tom Clark 226…227…228.  The man in a crumpled herringbone suit hesitated in the middle of a pasture. He searched his pocket and withdrew a brass instrument.  Balancing it carefully in his right hand it […]

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To Follow a Wolf

By Abbey Howard Yukon Territory, Canada, 1907 A brisk spring breeze rustled the tall pines around us, carrying the bracing scent of earth with it. A few yards ahead of me on the trail was […]

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“Insane”, A Poem

By Saelly Soriano All I see are wallsFour of themWindows to the outside worldI cannot step foot in I see hardwood floorsInstead of grass or concrete I try to envision a skyThe faucet leaking, that’s […]

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“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. […]

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Cold Times

The walk path. Grimaldi’s Pizzeria (labelled “1”) to Joe Allen (“2”). By Zach Smith What’s better, condescending chill or wonderful warmth? The answer depends on who you talk to. In a 2009 study by the […]

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“The Spell”

By Tyanna McCaulsky Photo credit: Josh Catalano Just a kissGave the heart that one wishBlind eyes Devious liesWhat did I miss?Butterflies, my sunshine However, you weren’t actually mineHolding onto a thin lineThe pain, I don’t want to […]

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Talking on Paper

By Richard Mayne A respected member of a Cherokee tribe once referred to written language itself as “talking on paper.” At a campfire one night, not long past the dawn of the nineteenth century, he […]