Monthly Archives: March 2020

Coronavirus

An Essay by Korey J. Brownstein I believe in the potential of medicinal plants. As more of us work from home because of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), we are exposed, more than ever, to misinformation and fake health news … Continue reading

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Coronavirus

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Looking towards the dead

A Poem by Craig Shay Uncomforting talk, spoils gala festivities – Every age is a landscape overflowing with savagery. Look away! Wrapped in the comfort of consumerism – It costs a fortune to keep the devils at bay. Petrified voices … Continue reading

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I won’t be drinking tea

A Poem by smzang (Sarah M. Zang) First year English and already they can say forgive. They have forgiven but can we? The travesty of spraying agent orange to further peace; translate that please. It’s Sunday and the sun is … Continue reading

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The Trailer

A Poem by Bob Boldt When I turned off Schumate Chapel Roadonto Morris, my way was blocked by a great leviathan, a huge white-vinyl-sided, ninety-foot-long mobile home. Three men, one waving a flag at me, were attempting to help the … Continue reading

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45 Years Later

A Poem by Devlin De La Chapa. he still talks about the hill, going up the hill coming down the hill not Hamburger hill just a hill, in the middle of a place displaced by war’s chemicals combative to communism … Continue reading

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