Winter 2020

Frosty the Snowman by Mary Thompson

Frosty was the perfect husband. He never spoke and hid his feelings well, but he was nothing before he met me. It was a perishing winter that year and the snow fell heavily for days. When it finally stopped, we…
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Lost Gods by Karen Jones

Once I was small, held in another’s palm, running along life lines, diving into fate lines, skipping over heart lines, a horizon beyond eternity my only view. Now I push the sun a little lower in the sky each year….
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Slip by Jason A. Zwiker

You slip. Fall. Wonder what you’ve broken this time. You wait for some new pain to sound alongside the slow tolling that’s rang inside of you through years of pills in the morning and pills at noon and pills again…
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Not If We Don’t Want To by Al Kratz

I feel like I’m dying lately and some days this motivates me to do everything I can before my time runs out and other days it motivates me to do absolutely nothing at all. But I won’t regret the outcome…
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