Tag: fiction

Escapade by Jordan DeGaetano

Picture yourself in a boat on a river With tangerine trees and marmalade skies      I grasp Izzy’s hand too tightly as Beatles music encapsulates the crowd. I’ve never…
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Untitled by Nick Tardive

“I spent all my goddamn money from a tour payout and took her out on the town. And somewhere out in the middle, I swear to god the stars burnt…
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I Am A Pothead by Reshawna Maine

The workshift-over night-into the morning-until 11:24 am-just shy of noon, internal debate I had about whether or not I could reveal this, whether or not I wanted to display this…
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Transcendentalism by Jade Tarris

Sybil waits for answers with one hand raised high and the other pressed firmly against her neck. Her pulse gasps in time with internal symphonies, but it is not life…
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Crabapples by Merideth Beard

When I woke my mouth was kissing the pink stuffed blanket. And I was alone with the grey sky. My sister sleeps softly over there. Under her new red comforter.…
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Little Things by Molly Mott

Little Thingsby Molly Mott It's the little things that carry the most weight.             For example, when I was six years old and my brother was sixteen, I slipped in…
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Pensador by Erica Barreto

by Erica Barreto Pensador The fractal /ˈfræktəl/ is a chaotic phenomenon.A geometrical structure having an irregular or fragmented shape at all scales of measurement between the greatest and smallest degree…
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