Monthly Archives: October 2016

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How Often Do We Have To Miss the Point

A Poem by M. Lapin I wake ugly this morning cucumber flesh piled neatly on the kitchen counter the dogs behind their barricade the sky Monsanto gray. Three and a half laps equal a mile, the mulberries have resigned, someone … Continue reading

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An Essay by Phạm Thị Nhí. from: We, the victims of Agent Orange, have seen tears streaming down our faces for dozens of years now. Every single day, we cry tears of pain, and even when the pain subsides, … Continue reading

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