Monthly Archives: June 2016

John Grey

SACRIFICE The soldier has been through security. He’s done the kissing, shaken the hands, surveyed the faces, told himself “Yes, I’d die for every one of these.”   But now he’s at gate 11, hunched into a plastic chair, his … Continue reading

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J. D. DeHart Debuts

  Gulf There is no real gulf between us.  It was pretend all along.  More like I made it, fashioned this gulf out of my perception, but the reality never followed up. I was never separated, there was no river, … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca Scott

I still believe Hurt After hurt Scorching the new grass Storm And lighting Chasing the wary thunder Love Without end Soothing the old pain Wounds Made invisible Like the sun in the darkest night By the ocean I wait For … Continue reading

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Mitch Grabois

Popsicles   It’s cold and rainy on the carnival midway. Only the masochists are out, and the desperate, the recovering alcoholics who are terrified by the idea of going into a warm bar, the meth heads who have blown up … Continue reading

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