Monthly Archives: November 2018

Nancy Scott-Mcbride

SISTERS We shared a room as little girls. Tucked in bed with hot milk and honey, we’d discuss our favorite queens of the silver screen, weaving romances for them that were just like the fairy tales we loved. After we … Continue reading

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Christine Tabaka

The Final Mile   Brittle bones and broken smiles, the pathway stretched and worn. Trodden dreams dissipate and fade into the past. Seeking solace, repentance lost, seasons turn again. Staring out through fading eyes, the years march swiftly by. The juxtaposition … Continue reading

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Pawel Markiewicz

May   the May has come with it the green and the birds and I am sitting in the midst of charming meadows listening to sounds as well as a nice twittering   I think – about different May flowers … Continue reading

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Harris Tobias (A short story)

Joy      Once there was a man who had no joy. One day he said to himself, “I have no joy.” So he set out on a journey to find some. He traveled for a day and a night … Continue reading

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