PROOF by David Hammond

A boy adjusts the position of a box of tissues on his desk and sits cross-legged on his bed. It is a Sunday afternoon and he has nothing else to do. The door to his room is closed, and nobody will bother him before dinnertime. He has all afternoon to make the box of tissues […]

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TWO POEMS by Sanjeev Sethi

  Peregrinations For years it has been raining. I’ve moved often. Each site I made mine it seemed, I had serried the rain with me. Valises aren’t meant to shoulder mobility of showers. Though mine is a unique holdall: swaddled in scone it compels me to carry my case.   Rubber Stamp The furuncle of […]

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