Daily Archives: April 24, 2015

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“Summer on Neptune” by Jessica Kagansky

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Take me up in the white wicker house with faded linen curtains and conceal us from the girlish earth. By anticipation our actions create more chaos and color than sitting out by the redwood fence, with white-green barnacles clasping its lengths— there do the babies doll.   There do they doll and dawdle, their antediluvian…

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“One Layover” by Siobhan Bledsoe

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we have forty five mutual friends and then none at all; we’ve defriended our vices and edited out our embarrassments. come, let us leave for ireland by way of iceland where all of the promotional placards on the mta will turn into hot springs, two bodies not fit for such a sight so we throw…

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“Independence Day” by Eunice Pak

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I punched the glass window the other day and the cracked shards screamed and snapped at me back. “Well aren’t you being a tyrant; now we will seize and swallow your hateful hand.” I was kind of sad at that because I didn’t mean any harm. But the shards, they   attacked and pulled my…

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“The Reading” by Emily Elizabeth Bellor

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The sheep may sit in the church, quieting their hooves on the wooden panels below so as not to disturb the worship of their They may sip red wine, and drag stigarettes to the reading,   a ceremony so each sheep may try their sheeply best to become an ivyory sheep (use another metaphor, you…

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Foto Friday

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Ralph Waldo Emerson tells us, “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.” In this week’s Foto Friday, the photographers cling to their own sort of spiritualism, seeking personal transformation in nature and also human fabrications. This weekend, remember to look closely to see and be vulnerable to the…

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