Monthly Archives: July 2019

Dr. Ralph Monday

Evening     I watch the Twilight Zone New Year’s Eve marathon, the aliens disguised as humans, the beautiful android women, the demonic children.   They fill the TV space for us, being human, to know that those Tessla waves radiate … Continue reading

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Bobbie Troy

A Friend (For Verna) a friend is someone who smiles when you meet who listens to your challenges and triumphs who gives willingly and without demand who leaves you feeling warmer after a conversation or a hug or a kiss … Continue reading

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Nancy Scott-McBride

IRONY I chip my teeth on the things you say. I bark my shins on the things you do. I tear my heart on the things you feel. I love you.

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Harris Tobias

Three Margaritas I was wandering the streets of El Paso Looking for somewhere to think I was angry and hurt She was a tease and a flirt I decided I needed a drink I spied a rundown cantina Inside it … Continue reading

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Dr. Ralph Monday

Detours   Rounding the curve, halted by the SUV’s emergency blinkers winking like some Dis tower, I fell obediently in line as a first grader in the cafeteria. Head on collision, the officer said, before directing me to the detour ahead. … Continue reading

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