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The Bell Tower

by DC Diamondopolous Reverend Langston Penniman sat on the edge of his bed, stretching his black fingers. Everything had either twisted up on him or…

The Viral Thief

by Angandeep Kr Chatterjee PROLOGUE The alarms have started to ring. The shrill sound of the alarms in the museum broke the silence of the…

poems by John Grey

The Kitchen Knives and I   been here forever still straining to hear that lost chord linger after the others leave living under the constant…

Boots

by DC Diamondopolous The same sun scorched downtown Los Angeles that had seared the Iraq desert. Army Private First Class Samantha Cummings stood at attention…

As I Understand Them

by Allan Lake He reminds her of his open door policy. Free to go anytime. Says he’d pay her airfare to anywhere if need be….

poems by Felipe Rodolfo Hendriksen

Ode on a Photo Taken Somewhere Around December 2008   A moment frozen in eternity, A picture I’m sure no one remembers But me. A…

poems by Joel Schueler

Homage to the Lark The dark rims of his glasses support the magnification of a world of darkness all his own. If I crawl to…

Not Yet

by Thomas Elson             I had driven through the bleached and battered downtown. Across the railroad tracks – once six tracks wide, now two, then…

I Am an Engine

by Harris Coverley I am an engine White with heat Pistons lubed