Dear Human

By Genevieve Tucker Perhaps you didn’t know that It truly bugs me when I am not constantly being rubbed. Your long white claw things brushing through my silky black fur. While my tail, with a mind of its own whips back and

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Migration

By Ghulam Al Sharifi We are another part of nature reborn like so many rainbows, or like clouds moving in flocks. From one place to another we migrate to discover the world, and to reproduce. Flying above the skies, cross the oceans, landing

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A Fleeting Thought

By Ruth Magana Opal opened the door to a tiny shop. The bell rang sharp and clear as she shuffled in. The floor to ceiling shelves made the darkened room feel cramped. Her eyes shifted over the space and the shadowy corners-

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Breakfast

By Jacob Johnson I strut down the stairs and into my dining room, where the beautiful beams of the Saturday morning sunlight illuminate its essence. As usual, Alex is already up in the seat I dragged him into after our Friday night

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Bodies

By: Jiro Jones We are sculpted with the Earth. Our legs are like trees,  made of red muscle and bone.   We are rivers and rapids of blood flow like nectar from the fruit of the

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The Charade

By: Mason Jones I was a stranger from the moment I tied my apron,  A soulless worker,  Forbidden from any emotion other than that of pure joy. My face, a plaster mask, My eyes the

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