Monthly Archives: January 2018

1950

1950 By Jeanette Cheezum She traced the sole of her shoe on cardboard that had supported the back of a legal pad. This would get her by for a week or longer . . . if it didn’t rain or … Continue reading

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The Cooking Lesson

The Cooking Lesson By Gita Smith “It’s missing something.” Marti hands me back the tasting spoon and surveys my spice collection. Deciding it’s thyme and garlic that my spaghetti sauce needs, she chops the ingredients that I’d gathered earlier from … Continue reading

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Warsaw Moon By Paul Brazill

via Warsaw Moon By Paul Brazill

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Laura Zucca-Scott

Winter Night   Away from the city lights Clouds are running In the winter night All is still but the sky Stars dancing In the reflection of our eyes Silence surrounds us Like a cat’s tail

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