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He Is

by Aaron Tooyak His countenance is like the side of a mountain. His thoughts are like the thickets of trees. He rules over the bears ... Read More »

Olympia Lighting

by Sean McPherson Twin OPEN signs mark the entrance To Olympia Lighting. One works harder than the other. A lone Honda Element Sits in the parking lot ... Read More »

Dwindle

by Annie Thorndike Hello, friend. Are you with me? I think about you, often, I carefully wonder deeply, shivering don’t take my words as advice ... Read More »

Resonance

by Aaron Tooyak Whenever a certain sonata would play, My mother would share her cherished memories with me. She told me stories – making special ... Read More »

The Trail

by Fischer Gangemi His footsteps disturb the sleeping trail It ponders this new arrival as it has every new season He does not know what ... Read More »

The Station

by Steve Rubinstein I was already worried when he took my hand to wipe at his tears. By then through the wall-high windows I noticed ... Read More »

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