Invisible Thief

By Abigail Marshall          after Kelli Russell Agodon, Love Waltz with Fireworks   A few months ago, I was sitting in a cafe with my friend, enjoying a latte and talking about what the future would hold   I was volunteering at bustling soup suppers, serving smiling gray-haired

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The Train

by Vesna Marjanovich before leaving Sarajevo, April 21, 1995 Cold windy night In a lonely station, the rain. I clutch my bag and cry In gray Belgrade. It takes forever when I wait train to take me out of my life. Roundabout of my mistake in the brain underground. That day

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That Unknown Familiar

After Kelli Russell Agadon by Lissa Schacher It’s like hugging a stranger. I know this person is much like me, they too come from a mother’s womb, why must I be scared?   It’s like the sandwich I bite into turns out to be filled with buttercream

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