Thoughtlessness

By Noel Ullom Her voice was always loudest in the wind. It echoed through the trees Rattling in freedom, Sang the song of endless memories Twisted in their branches, And told the tale of understood secrets To all those who sat under the leaves’ shade. The same voice took the shape of a hand That…

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In Between Worlds

By Abby Coffey The first box says white  The second says Hispanic  My pen hovers  Confused, conflicted  My head and heart in disharmony  My mouth creases, the edges turned upside down  My mouth is a fraud  The lines, the edges: they lie  How can I be Hispanic if my r’s don’t roll?  How can my…

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2:13am

By: Suzy Schwabl It’s 2:13am. Tick Tock, Tick Tock: time is a robber Snatching away the minutes of which my body desires sleep Tick. Tock. The thoughts, here they come: Oh no, oh no not again The worst ones that set in… And all of a sudden the world is ending Life flashes before the…

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Recursive Existence

by: Suzy Schwabl a grain of sand a beach of infinite. burned together to be, Something. yet to see, there is, Nothing waves wash over infinitely blue they extend.  pushing harder overturn one another to be flat, and they are, Gone Not to disappear though– Nothing is still Something science  proves all things to stay,…

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