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The Angle

1999

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Sunday Morning, Sarah Crimmins Jan 1999

Sunday Morning, Sarah Crimmins

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A Granddaughter's Admiration, Katy M. D'Arduini Jan 1999

A Granddaughter's Admiration, Katy M. D'Arduini

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"On their loved grey porch they sit contently in their rocking chairs. The steps are worn from generations of little steps."


Homecoming, Monica Hopkins Jan 1999

Homecoming, Monica Hopkins

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Autumn Winds, Linda Demaso Jan 1999

Autumn Winds, Linda Demaso

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"I remember she wore red the year she was a platinum blonde. Just picture it. Red clothes-bleached hair- Native American skin. That was my Mom. She drove a white Buick convertible and chain smoked Pall Mall cigarettes. I was in the sixth grade with Mrs. Austin; a God-awful woman who disliked me almost as much as I disliked her."


Creation, Joseph Souder Jan 1999

Creation, Joseph Souder

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 1999

Full Issue, No Author

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Matthew, Joseph Souder Jan 1999

Matthew, Joseph Souder

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We'll Be Waiting, Kelly Ambrose Jan 1999

We'll Be Waiting, Kelly Ambrose

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Eyes, Natalie B. Ferreri Jan 1999

Eyes, Natalie B. Ferreri

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Stranger On The Metro, Monica Hopkins Jan 1999

Stranger On The Metro, Monica Hopkins

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In The Garden, Melissa M. Slocum Jan 1999

In The Garden, Melissa M. Slocum

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The Truth, Shawn Carter Jan 1999

The Truth, Shawn Carter

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Latenight Ponderings On Life, Love And Eternity…, Sarah Beales Jan 1999

Latenight Ponderings On Life, Love And Eternity…, Sarah Beales

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Midnight Light, Leslie Karla Jan 1999

Midnight Light, Leslie Karla

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Green, Carol Ferguson Jan 1999

Green, Carol Ferguson

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It's Not You, Shawn Carter Jan 1999

It's Not You, Shawn Carter

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I Am Looking For…, Sydney Andrysiak Jan 1999

I Am Looking For…, Sydney Andrysiak

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Why Write?, Shawn Carter Jan 1999

Why Write?, Shawn Carter

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You Never Write Nonsense…, Sydney Andrysiak Jan 1999

You Never Write Nonsense…, Sydney Andrysiak

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Squirrels In Self-Destruction, Krista Malagisi Jan 1999

Squirrels In Self-Destruction, Krista Malagisi

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"The month of April blooms with fresh beginnings as a new spring season is welcomed to the Northeast. The streams are flowing, the birds are chirping, and the front lawns of the neighborhood are inhaling the green glow of new life after suffocating under the winter snow. Mother Nature energizes her creatures with a spirit of freedom. We're all especially amused by watching the playful antics of the squirrels. Our fuzzy little friends seem to be having so much fun. However, if we only knew the daredevil ...


Reincarnation, Scott J. Grates Jan 1999

Reincarnation, Scott J. Grates

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Say Present If You're Here, Jennifer A. Lydum Jan 1999

Say Present If You're Here, Jennifer A. Lydum

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Time Bomb, Mike Bailey Jan 1999

Time Bomb, Mike Bailey

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Goodbye For Good, Katie Mcnamara Jan 1999

Goodbye For Good, Katie Mcnamara

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"Sunshine fell from behind the curtain and warmed Sara's cheek. She yawned and stretched herself awake. Careful not to disturb her boyfriend, she slid out of bed and pulled on sweatpants and a T-shirt. Her coach had wanted her at the track early this morning. Sometimes she wondered why he pushed her harder than the other girls on the team, didn't he know that track was not her life?"


Bound, Shawn Carter Jan 1999

Bound, Shawn Carter

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Encounter, Ben Frimpong Jan 1999

Encounter, Ben Frimpong

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All In A Day's Walk, Shawn Carter Jan 1999

All In A Day's Walk, Shawn Carter

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"There was a man who used to walk down the street everyday in the city. He always minded his own business, never saying a word to anyone. He would leave his apartment at 4:00 pm., and walk for exactly half an hour, returning home at 4:30 pm. The neighbor hood kids would make fun of him, but he never replied, and they would leave him alone after a couple of minutes."


The First Time I Realized I Never Wanted To See Her Again, Bryan Mahoney Jan 1999

The First Time I Realized I Never Wanted To See Her Again, Bryan Mahoney

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You I Sought, Sarah Crimmins Jan 1999

You I Sought, Sarah Crimmins

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Call Of The Moon, Jennifer A. Lydum Jan 1999

Call Of The Moon, Jennifer A. Lydum

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