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The Angle

2004

Articles 61 - 81 of 81

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St. Jean Solstice, Lori Dabbagh Jan 2004

St. Jean Solstice, Lori Dabbagh

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Louis, Wendell Louis: Ten Dollar Bills Are Forever, Emily C. Ryan Jan 2004

Louis, Wendell Louis: Ten Dollar Bills Are Forever, Emily C. Ryan

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"It was Friday, finally. No more homework, no more football practice, no more locker jams, no more awkward lab classes with Audrey; I was done with being Wendell Louis, high school junior; I was free...for a few days anyway. I made it to the parking lot outside through the crowded, noisy, stale smelling halls, without so much as a trip, a dropped book or a comment about my "wizard beard;" maybe this would be the weekend, my lucky weekend."


They Say The Oswego Sky Is Most Beautiful In The Dying Light, Geoffrey Potter Jan 2004

They Say The Oswego Sky Is Most Beautiful In The Dying Light, Geoffrey Potter

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Following A Tragedy A New Person Is Born, Kelly Sabetta Jan 2004

Following A Tragedy A New Person Is Born, Kelly Sabetta

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Liquidized Lust, Nicole Gaulin Jan 2004

Liquidized Lust, Nicole Gaulin

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Burdocks, Erin Dorney Jan 2004

Burdocks, Erin Dorney

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"The branches hover above me like parents lovingly watching over their child. I sit nestled in the crook of the arm of my favorite tree, my red boots swinging as if I'm pumping myself up higher and higher. Aimlessly stripping the leaves from the branches most near me, I stare up the hill. Just beyond lies my house: my security, my toys, my loved ones, and at the moment, a chaotic mess. A gust of wind comfortingly pats my face, and I smile in agreement."


Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2004

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Speak, Sara Cavanaugh Jan 2004

Speak, Sara Cavanaugh

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Eye Action, Patrick Shea Jan 2004

Eye Action, Patrick Shea

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"'Give her a little eye action.'

'What?'

'The girl over there. She just looked over at you. Give her a little eye action.'"


Eyes Frosted Shut, Elizabeth Mancini Jan 2004

Eyes Frosted Shut, Elizabeth Mancini

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Dear W, Michael Steck Jan 2004

Dear W, Michael Steck

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One Day Swimming With The Fish In The Ocean, Kelly Sabetta Jan 2004

One Day Swimming With The Fish In The Ocean, Kelly Sabetta

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Montana, Adam Leahy Jan 2004

Montana, Adam Leahy

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"'Come home, as soon as you can

Come home, don't ever leave again

And together we will spend

Every moment 'till the end'

Ari Hest - Come Home"


Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2004

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Belonging, George Payne Jan 2004

Belonging, George Payne

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"I. I do not belong to America. I will not murder another human being, Because of foreign policy, I will not pretend to see, What good can come from patriotism."


A Year's Time, Jessica Johnson Jan 2004

A Year's Time, Jessica Johnson

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"A LOT CAN happen given a year's time: birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, memorials, deaths. One year can bring forth many changes to a person's life. Seasons come and they go. Spring to summer, summer to fall, fall to winter, winter to spring, and so on. The seasons will continue to go on in continuous repetition . . ."


Flashback, Chelsea Beatty Jan 2004

Flashback, Chelsea Beatty

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When I See You, I See You In Words, Megan Lindley Jan 2004

When I See You, I See You In Words, Megan Lindley

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Wearing Jeans At The Airport, Lori Dabbagh Jan 2004

Wearing Jeans At The Airport, Lori Dabbagh

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All The Things I Can't Throw Away, Stacy Colombo Jan 2004

All The Things I Can't Throw Away, Stacy Colombo

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"Taking after my mother now, I save receipts in the center billfold of my wallet. Loose change, half empty tubes of lipstick, gum wrappers. Postcards, photographs in albums, birthday cards, yearbooks signed by forgotten friends."


Midnight Drive, Megan Webb Jan 2004

Midnight Drive, Megan Webb

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