Monthly Archives: October 2010

Dodo Bird

by Michael Estabrook Never thought in a million years I’d be sitting here in my doctor’s office in my underwear reading Arthritis Today Magazine. Whatever happened to the high school gymnast, the college swim team member, the Karate and Kung … Continue reading

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Please Permit Me to Introduce Myself

by Melanie Browne I’ve only been around about 41 years, I was born too late to see Woodstock, or even Altamont and I’m still really bummed about it, I was around when Tammy Faye’s mascara began to run, I didn’t … Continue reading

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by Jim Wittenberg no job to lose my soul doing no friends close by the room is barely affordable empty except for a borrowed couch you’ve taken my son threatening to never let me see him again I’m going to … Continue reading

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Bone Silence by Peycho Kanev

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My Mother’s Hands

by Mathew Richard Carter Those heavy brown doors open the same way every time, the push of a metal rod to enter the cafeteria and walk alone among the crowd. The empty table has my name all over it – … Continue reading

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heaven’s gate

by Erik Fuhrer I composed heaven’s gate for you sounds like: silence of grey snow a trumpet of fire rising behind clouds looks like: tall stick figure waving its swinging life that is you you are thin now without the … Continue reading

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by Michael H. Brownstein The ghost in the forest hypothesis states that if you remove an organism from an ecosystem, it will affect other organisms that relied on that organism for their survival. The area where this organism once inhabited … Continue reading

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