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Dreams Weaving, Elena M. Cambio Jan 1990

Dreams Weaving, Elena M. Cambio

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Scenes From A Friendly's Restaurant, Suzanne Bartz Jan 1990

Scenes From A Friendly's Restaurant, Suzanne Bartz

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"Somehow, when you observe people all your life, it becomes a sort of art. Each individual is distinctly different, a mystery within itself. What intrigues me though is looking for their story: where are they going, who are they looking for, what troubles them--the list is endless. If I possessed the ability to look into each person's mind I would block it out. For the whole purpose of observing others is to use your imagination, make up a story, add other characters--there are countless possibilities. Jason, a ...


Nature's Haiku, A. D. A. Jan 1990

Nature's Haiku, A. D. A.

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On The Third Day, John Falzone Jan 1990

On The Third Day, John Falzone

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"Coming up, we have the bikini and belly-flop contests," announced the disc jockey with a wave of his hands."


Beat, Laurie L. Barczak Jan 1990

Beat, Laurie L. Barczak

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"Two kids drive down Singer Ave. in the middle of the day. They give the rusty old Mustang a bored hug as each dangles a lazy arm out the window."


And No Two Are Ever The Same, Edie Torre Jan 1990

And No Two Are Ever The Same, Edie Torre

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Downtown, Janine Mcginnis Jan 1990

Downtown, Janine Mcginnis

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The Rock, Lisa M. Piccinini Jan 1990

The Rock, Lisa M. Piccinini

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Wish You Were Here, Maryann Connolly Jan 1990

Wish You Were Here, Maryann Connolly

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"Dear Family:

I wish you were here.

I wish you were here to walk the dusty roads with me, and visit the shacks along the way."


The Rape Of Gaea, Elena M. Cambio Jan 1990

The Rape Of Gaea, Elena M. Cambio

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 1990

Full Issue, No Author

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The Gift That Keeps On Giving, Patti Weaver Jan 1990

The Gift That Keeps On Giving, Patti Weaver

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"The day I turned sixteen, my mother gave me some presents I've since forgotten, and an ultimatum I'll never forget. She informed me that I was to begin putting in job applications immediately, and that I was not allowed to get my driver's permit until I had landed that job."


Gym Dance, Tom Frisk Jan 1990

Gym Dance, Tom Frisk

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"Two . Three . Four ."


The Mayor Of Naples Pier, Deana Battaglioli Jan 1990

The Mayor Of Naples Pier, Deana Battaglioli

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Mcdonald's And Me, Kevin Selbig Jan 1990

Mcdonald's And Me, Kevin Selbig

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My Phony Princess, Kenneth P. Kula Jan 1990

My Phony Princess, Kenneth P. Kula

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Vivire, Giovanni Vella Jan 1990

Vivire, Giovanni Vella

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Bookends, Nathan C. Follet Jan 1990

Bookends, Nathan C. Follet

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1990

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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A Dream Come True, Drew Mitchell Jan 1990

A Dream Come True, Drew Mitchell

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"What a great day. This was probably the best day of my life. I mean this makes graduation look like a trip to the grocery store and Disney World a neighborhood carnival. Santa Claus was particularly good to me that year and allowed me to charge five tickets for the Sixers/Jazz game on her Visa. However, this was not your ordinary NBA regular season game. This was Julius "Dr. J" Erving's final trip to the Salt Palace in his great career, and my only chance to ...


Heroes On The Shelf, Darwin L. Gardner Jan 1990

Heroes On The Shelf, Darwin L. Gardner

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The Goddess Lies Smouldering, Eric Locastro Jan 1990

The Goddess Lies Smouldering, Eric Locastro

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Don't Run Under Ground, Kim Rizzo Jan 1990

Don't Run Under Ground, Kim Rizzo

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"WITHIN 30 MINUTES , I was on top of the world. I could see actual life in the world. I could watch the leaves on the trees while they were growing. My eyes were wide open, so as not to miss a thing. I could feel and taste the colors I saw. Purple was fuzzy, red was spicy, and yellow was warm. It seemed like I would never be unhappy again. Time was moving slowly so I could watch everything that was going on."


A Week In The Life Of An Old Man, Tom Frisk Jan 1990

A Week In The Life Of An Old Man, Tom Frisk

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"June 23, 2031

Art came by with the kids today. They'll be here for a week or so. It's nice to have family that cares enough to spend their vacation with an old guy like me. Now I know how my grandmother must have felt when my parents brought Paul, Annette and myself to visit, except we saw her every day."


Year Round, Keith Hahn Jan 1990

Year Round, Keith Hahn

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Only, Elisabeth Maloney Jan 1990

Only, Elisabeth Maloney

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"It was another summer on Tyler Street. The Finley's baby cried. Mr. Moran galloped a long on his squeaky rocker. Our spaniel moped in the shade. Ice cream could melt down to your elbow before you knew it. After a short rain, Molly and I scuffed outdoors. Momma had urged me, "Take your sister outside, sweetness. Teach her to play that game you love--chili peppers, isn't it?" Her face was suffused with color from the heat of our small kitchen. Her oak-colored hair frizzed at the ...


Gone Now, E. P. Jan 1990

Gone Now, E. P.

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The Dreams Of Verisimilitude, John Sheehan Jan 1990

The Dreams Of Verisimilitude, John Sheehan

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"In varying degrees do we hold the attainment of our goals. To some, ambitions are something to be shunned and avoided, the reasons for which we will allow someone of a greater authority to ponder. Some make a halfhearted attempt at achievement, greater the relief found in the termination of the experience than the despair of failure in the endeavor. Some put forth an honest effort, learning from failure, holding a new perspective, with new talents and abilities. And then there are some who will stop at nothing ...


Living, Giovanni Vella Jan 1990

Living, Giovanni Vella

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The Old Catholic Priest, Roger Scalzo Jan 1990

The Old Catholic Priest, Roger Scalzo

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