Monthly Archives: April 2019

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Why Are You Walking?

A Poem by Carl Mayfield Fourth month of what’s next: Vietnam. My brother used plastic explosives and a questionable fuse to coax a five hundred pound bomb out of the mud, and when when it was time he picked up … Continue reading

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What the Barn Owls See

A Poem by Adrian Slonaker From a ruddy brick alcove at St. Francis Preparatory School, a duo of barn owls with onyx eyes witness the wisps of trampled grass and pools of putrid brown: another non-frozen January- the fourth in … Continue reading

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