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An Ode to Target

February 24, 2015

Filed under Arts, Literary, Poems

By Sahnje McGonigle  From the cold a bullseye rose Casting a large red shadow it shone! It’s shelves stocked to the brim Knick-knacks as far as the eye could see! With it’s downtrodden employees it’s dest...

Our special Spot

February 24, 2015

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By Jennifer Donnay I set off to a special spot, walking alone with my daughter in hand, Taking in all the beautiful sights, smells, that entice our minds, I arrive at our sanctuary, we take off our shoes, feeling the soft...

Love is a drug

December 14, 2014

Filed under Arts, Literary, Poems

By Samuel Goldman According to http://www.cdc.gov/homeandrecreationalsafety/overdose/ 114 Americans die everyday from drug overdose. 6,748 are forced to enter the ER for the misuse or abuse of drugs. Love is also a d...

His Piano

December 11, 2014

Filed under Arts, Literary

By Nykki Norlander His Piano is in the attic, large windows face the moon and his hands itch, his body creaks like the stairs as he climbs them. Bookcases line the opposite wall of the piano. When he can glimpse the midd...

Swag

December 7, 2014

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By Samuel Goldman I rock blue skinny jeans. My beanies come in different colors like jelly beans. My love  poems are as sweet as candy. Someday my writing career will blow up like cotton candy. Welcome to the game. Eve...

Onto privilege

December 4, 2014

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By Lucas Herrera I Onto privilege, While standing on the rope With no net beneath him. Corner, where the bends forsake proper learning. Found there, a child bleeds out 2 blocks away from my mother’s house It...

Bluff Country

December 1, 2014

Filed under Arts, Literary

By Sahnje McGonigle The Fabric settled imperfect on the hills. The girl in the passenger seat oh so sweet. The hills draw on and on winding up through and through. We were like a needle through the landscape moving towards t...

Leave Behind A Legacy

December 1, 2014

Filed under Arts, Literary, Short Stories

By Nykki Norlander I held my sign at Interstate 94 for a while with no luck. I have five dollars to my name which will buy me one meal for today. If I sleep under the same bridge tonight, I might get beat up. It’s easier to...

Whether man….

November 26, 2014

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By Brooks Robinson While you were sleep in August Those many nights I took to the sky our memories I planted them like stars over September and October So by November when our fall came to take our leaves De...

And you…

November 26, 2014

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By Brooks Robinson Became hard to find Like a good day in the mix Of politics/I lost my mind/my heart/my soul, buried our love/became the building block In the turning point cementing corners where heartbreak hotel...

Brady O’Neel’s Story

November 10, 2014

Filed under Literary, Short Stories

By Brady O'Neel Brady O’Neel was born in Robbinsdale, Minnesota at North Memorial Hospital on March 7th, 1990. He was born to Brenda Burke and Randolph Johnson at 1:38 A.M. During the first few months of his life Brady wa...

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