Dec 2
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A Christmas Gift by Vanessa Horn

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“Ooohh,” Marie moaned as she pushed open the entrance doors. She slowly bent over, grimacing simultaneously.

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Dec 2
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Empires by Mike Ambrose

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She is like a boy becoming a man,

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Nov 30
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21st Century Words by Georgia S. KochVicolo

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21st Century Words by Georgia S. KochVicolo Walking around naked Walking around blind Blind to danger Blind to reason Reason to wander Reason to question Question the people Question the times Times are coming Times are passing Passing through life Passing through woods W...

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Nov 25
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Belonging by Fiona Marshall

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Belonging by Fiona Marshall When I leave this place You will see shreds of my heart Dangling from the trees ### I emigrated to Northern Alberta, Canada, six years ago with my husband and two sons after living my entire life in the North West of England...

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Nov 22
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Skin is, My by Tamarah Rockwood

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Tamarah Rockwood is a stay-at-home, homeschooling mother of five and has been married for the past 15 years. She received her BA in Literature from CSUH.

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Nov 17
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Ode to the Christmas Tree by Grace Curtis

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Grace Curtis' chapbook, The Surly Bonds of Earth was selected by Stephen Dunn as the 2010 winner of the Lettre Sauvage chapbook contest. Grace's work

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Nov 16
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Helen and Paris By Anthony Luciani

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Helen and Paris

Love be now your song, immortal one,
For now the war is over.
What once was love
Became the war of ages.
What once was war
Became peaceful ruined silence.
Among Schliemann’s tel
Sprang forth stories like weeds.
Tales of great ...

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Nov 15
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A Harry Nilsson Poem by Raymond Stiefvater

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A Harry Nilsson Poem by Raymond Stiefvater   Back then I saw Harry as a comet that you knew just had to burn out. Nothing — not anything or anyone – lasts forever, least of all flying rocks through space or earthbound troubadours. my machine who would’ve...

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Nov 10
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“Alone and at Night” by: Eliana Sara

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Eliana is a Brooklyn based gal. This is her first piece of poetry appearing anywhere. Other writing has shown up in Ink magazine and Kitsch. She has a fairly new

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Nov 10
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Every Day Poems Christmas Contest!

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EWR: Short Stories Christmas Contest! We are running a short story Christmas contest from now until December 1st. The stories will be published both on EWR: Short Stories and in Every Writer the Magazine. We are looking for traditional Christmas storie...

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