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  • Guido The Unknown – Colin James

    The men drank their absinthe and waited. Outside the sound of climbing like tending to the aspherical. Someone was on the roof again. Perhaps an early yard sale participant. In thirty years…

  • Sounds Of Silence – Catharine Bramkamp

    I am not famous I blame California clearly the wrong coast More important: the train the subway the Happy Little Tugboat Gentle lapping waters dappling lakes and ponds vogue trees in orange…

  • Sewing by Day – Carol Smallwood

    A chair by a window is best for selecting pieces in quilt making: light of day, natural light, best reveals shades, flaws in pieces of boxes on boxes of clothes carefully cut—a…

  • A Tree – Carol Smallwood

    It stands out from others no matter the season— a skeleton tall, frail, pale, without leaves or bark; why it’s that way I wonder, try and guess the reason. When it rains…

  • The Hovering – Carol Smallwood

    The Fates in Greek mythology worthy of fame are three sisters; deities who spin, determines the length of our thread, and snips it— images we have most likely thought about, heard their…

  • On The Way – Carol Smallwood

    from town today there was a square large field, all white dazzling under a late summer sky with Queen Anne’s Lace: near Gary’s Funeral Home, lace flooded the field with light— the…