Monthly Archives: November 2017

Nancy Scott-McBride

PORTRAIT Her face? Picture a sheet of ivory vellum with nothing written on it. Blank and and smooth, her face, it waits for “experience” and “character” to mar it, scar it, line and define it. But impassive as the Buddha, … Continue reading

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Dr. Ralph Monday

Leaving Desire is a thorny endeavor, the steaming of physical wants borne nude in any number of dark corners. How can one long keep held secrets? Is it through living? No, not so much living, but an airborne purpose without … Continue reading

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Holly Day Returns

The Things I Know I read headlines about cannibals living in plain sight, drunk driving accidents, children bringing guns and knives and drugs to school and I wonder how I’m supposed to send him out there when five years old … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott

Our Journey Early in the morning When all is quiet I could hear the seagulls’ calls Like old sailors lost at sea After the storm We ate our breakfast As on a mission Talking about our trip Of all the … Continue reading

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