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About vision791

Jeanette has been published on several online writing sites and in fourteen Anthology books and four poetry books. Three of these books have made the New York Times Best Sellers list. Awarded The Helium Networks Premium Writer’s Badge, Bronze Creative Writing Award and a Marketplace Writers award. Recently she has published nine ebooks at Barnes and Noble and Amazon. You may find a list of some of her work at www.hamptonroadswriters.org

Rod Drake Returns

Rod Drake lives and writes in Neon City, better known as Las Vegas, although he grew up in the bucolic Midwest. He taught on the high school, college and university level for a number of years, and has worked as … Continue reading

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John Sweet Debuts

Lucidity By John Sweet sort of a purple grey pulse behind the eyes that comes with living in the age of murdered artists a stomachful of someone else’s blood a punch in the throat this man with the gun, says … Continue reading

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Holly Day Debuts

Thumbelina by Holly Day I once was a woman who prayed for just one little baby someone to love and call my own I didn’t care if it was a little boy, a little girl. but the only baby that … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott

North Star He gave you the North Star To always find the way Nine years old Not quite a man Fireflies Summer scents Child’s laughter in the night Tomorrow the train will leave He will need his hat back And … Continue reading

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Harris Tobias

THE STAIN By Harris Tobias I never would have noticed the stain if Lynn hadn’t walked out on me. When she left, I went into a deep funk and, drinking even more than usual, lay around the house staring at … Continue reading

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Bobbie Troy

To Avoid a Meaningless Life By Bobbie Troy we play, study, work hard, and save for retirement along the way we try to have fun, get to know ourselves and others, sometimes cry, laugh, and pray and always try to … Continue reading

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Souvik Chakraborty

Fleeting Feelings A roaring ocean beneath the sky, Wave after wave pass me by. Night arrives, the silvery orb looks pale. A shining Knight with his prized sword, A passenger train which none would board – Pages torn off a … Continue reading

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John Grey

BEACHCOMBER By John Grey On this gray beach of sand and pebble, Raymond, in yellow polo-neck sweater, shabby shorts, bare feet, catches some Autumn sun. Be thankful, someone whispers, that you’re not him. That’s how he exists these days… in … Continue reading

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Harris Tobias

The Nature Trail By Harris Tobias The nature trail seemed to stretch on endlessly. Betty pulled out the little trail map the ranger handed her for the thousandth time. She and Jim were avid hikers. They loved to walk even … Continue reading

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John Grey

John Grey is an Australian born poet. Recently published in The Lyric, Vallum and the science fiction anthology, “The Kennedy Curse” with work upcoming in Bryant Literary Magazine, Natural Bridge, Southern California Review and the Oyez Review. AN INVALID AT … Continue reading

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