Daily Archives : 14/09/2014

The Healing of Santo Yeboah – A short story by Catherine McNarma

The Healing of Santo Yeboah   About halfway down Via Mazzini, just before the train tracks, a van pulled out of a side street, clipping Santo’s bike and collecting his back wheel for a scudding stretch. Santo hit the wet…

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Three Poems by Sandra Kolankiewicz

Scholar to Scholar   The mouth takes on the look of all it said and didn’t say, the enjambed intentions   that never made it out the door, the ones that did but shouldn’t lying on the floor like  …

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Lines in the Sand – A Poem by Lurana Brown

Lines in the Sand   Flags make poor cover for displaced children. They fly garishly, like cut flowers over salted earth.   Pretexts and promises and a few dollars will buy you a drink. To being free, nothing compares. To…

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