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by Amelia Cramer
In the start is where we all fail
Never enough for the air
Drown in perfect perfection
Under no protection...
by Abigail Crosby
Throughout the storm the sea would rise and fall,
To knock and plunder against the waning shore.
And with the cutting wind, the rain would scrawl
Those dashed and hurried carvings, which came through the roar...
by Alice Ramos
He was caught off guard when he saw her. The sight of her swaying to the smooth jazz, looking at the raindrops she was catching in her delicate hands, was the sight of pure freedom. He had just started working at the underground bar and within the first five minutes had already had his first fight with his boss. He would soon learn his boss was seldom sober and, no, this was not a one time occasion. He would also realize that by the time he went back down the stairs his boss would no longer have any recollection of the last five minutes...
Few Melodies Sound as Bittersweet
by MLN Reid
Each morning starts with a melody -- over and over and over again like a never-ending anthem. Sometimes it would begin with a simple note. A few faint chords would emanate from the fragile piano underneath her fingertips until a steady stream of triplets burst forth demanding to be heard. Sometimes it would begin with a complex arpeggio. A hurried tune filled with mayhem, mischief, and major chords as excited trills ring and crescendos run free, thundering through the instrument’s strings...
May Contest Winners
April Contest Winners
Observations by Emily Reed
Drop and Pop by Amber Wenttang
Digital Art by Spencer Derrenberger
A Rainy Day by Cyra Ottinger-McKain
Digital Art by Hailey Nell
March Contest Winners
Marksman by Allie Hudson
Dear Humanity, Love War by Anna Bennett
The Beat by Jon Massey
February Contest Winners
The Thread by Jon Massey
I Got Upon the Train by Caroline Borleis
It's Cruel Sometimes by Emily Reed
Photograph by Kim Siguenza
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