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About Not Really Being Responsible

by John Gray   My age is my mitigating circumstance. As the witnesses to my life decrease in number, and...

Great Again

by T. Allen Culpepper   The terrorism of the autocrat deploys no bombs homemade from pipes or pressure-cookers, but, even...

169 North

by Jonathan McGuire   That endless river of soaked cement Whose fading facial scars could eat a tire Who stretches...

Mistakes

by Myleena (John) Sevin   I barreled over on the pavement, laid flat, scraped my knees to hell and back,...

Self Discovery

by Haleigh Gaines   E=mc². The mitochondrion is the powerhouse of the cell. I know much about a lot, But...

Capsula Mundi

by Micah Clopton   www.capsulamundi.it/en/ Even at age 33, one can think about a burial. As for me, I’ll be...

Nerites

by Chester Sellars   I have ruined, and been ruined by, many, many I have and we have been skewered...

Berlin

by John Powell   In Berlin, where you wore your beard long and your hair short, we did not talk...

The Things I Do (When Missing You)

by Madison Bremer   Sometime after The last time I said goodbye, I found your toothbrush Standing, neglected, next to...

Woody Way

(From the Songbook of Public Forgetting) By Eddie Glenn   Hey, Woody Guthrie, I’m in your home-state Woody, gotta tell...

Why I Teach

By Randii Harrald     The reason that I educate and teach, Goes beyond what people may think. There is...

When We Were Kids

By Percy Totten   When we were kids, We had too much energy But all we wanted to do was...