Monthly Archives: May 2016

Holly Day

Lost Summer The horses would let him drop onto them from an overhanging tree branch when it was finally warm again, when we let the horses in the front yard. I’d always be the Indian in an obstacle course between … Continue reading

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Mitchell Grabois

Rage, Alaska   He is engorged with rage. He’d watered his anger, grown it like Alaskan produce, eighty pound purple cabbages dense and hard in the Arctic sun. He’s growing infinite food. His eyes are slits, like the windows in … Continue reading

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Steve Slavin Debuts with a flash.

The art show When I heard that my friend’s paintings were going to be exhibited at our local library, I was quite surprised. While Ellen’s work is very well known in the New York area, I had no idea the … Continue reading

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James Diaz Debuts

  My Life Here In The Bramble   It takes me a day to tell you that I don’t have all the answers that I too am waiting for the night to put me out   What is easier than … Continue reading

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Dustin Pickering Debuts

At Birth    Look at the blank canvas again. Is it truly blank? Or has your gaze burned a passionate desire?   I see the wind gesturing, and heat following the same spirit. Your hand is a conduit of God, telling … Continue reading

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