Monthly Archives: October 2018

Harris Tobias

Crave the Star There are those who say that man is god with smaller hands our cities but inept mountain ranges and our dreams the shoddy sweepings from god’s floor I am one of those I crave the stars and … Continue reading

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Mitchell Grabois

Valencia      By Mitchell Grabois Valencia puts on  her little black dress She takes on its mythic power as soon as she dons it transforms from a pharmacy tech to a Carlos Santana riff on a hot night Her … Continue reading

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Christine Tabaka

Words Spill Out    Torn open, words spill from the wound, leaping off the paper, cascading to the floor. Chasing them, they tumble out the door. Reaching out, they elude my grasp. Following I become lost.   An empty ache … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott

Whispers   Invisible whispers in the stadium The rhythm of footsteps on the track A bitter winter day When the cold freezes your thoughts But not your heart   Another step, don’t stop Tomorrow will be a better day We … Continue reading

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Harris Tobias

Harris Tobias  returns with a flash Babka      When the angel of death knocked on Mrs Kaminsky’s door, her reaction was not at all what he was expecting. “Come in, sit down. Can I get you something to eat?” … Continue reading

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