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The Angle

2005

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Confessions Of A Candle, Jesse Kanclerz Jan 2005

Confessions Of A Candle, Jesse Kanclerz

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Screaming Oak, Jonathan C. King Jan 2005

Screaming Oak, Jonathan C. King

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It Could Have Happened, Tom Jewell Jan 2005

It Could Have Happened, Tom Jewell

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Autumn, Emily C. Ryan Jan 2005

Autumn, Emily C. Ryan

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Train Wreck (Act 1, Scene 7: The Short Story), Justin Miller Jan 2005

Train Wreck (Act 1, Scene 7: The Short Story), Justin Miller

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"'Within a pocket lies either your greatest treasure or your worst nightmare,' read the tiny words on the thin white piece of paper. Never did Jamie have such a unique message from a fortune cookie. Having nearly burned her hand on the Wonton soup to search for this clairvoyant message concealed within a crispy treat, she glared at it in a moment of surprise. she had always rushed for her fortune whenever they had Chinese, even before touching her food. However, something about this message was different."


Insert Profound Title Here, Katelin Tressler Jan 2005

Insert Profound Title Here, Katelin Tressler

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The Inner Ms. Hyde, Karen D'Angelo Jan 2005

The Inner Ms. Hyde, Karen D'Angelo

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"I sit alone as my conscience gnaws at my damned soul.

The quick swig of venom scathes down the back of my throat, plaguing me, consuming me.

Forbidden thoughts echo this numb but witty mind.

The malice of my sorrow's rage confines the belligerent deeds I yearn to do, drowning out all existence.

Evil notions creep anxiously through my cold yet heated veins, deliberately taunting me to sustain these vicious feelings.

This ugliness that I have beckon, draws near in complete summon.

The minutes of perpetual bliss ...


Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2005

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Bleeding For My Valentine, Erin Dorney Jan 2005

Bleeding For My Valentine, Erin Dorney

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Growing Old Absurd, David White Jan 2005

Growing Old Absurd, David White

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The Late Night Poem About Paying Shuttleman To Drive Me All Over The Greater Rochester Area Because It's A Friday Night And I Wanna Get My Munch On, Jonathan Howard Jan 2005

The Late Night Poem About Paying Shuttleman To Drive Me All Over The Greater Rochester Area Because It's A Friday Night And I Wanna Get My Munch On, Jonathan Howard

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A Tribute, Dee (Geraldine) Hogan Jan 2005

A Tribute, Dee (Geraldine) Hogan

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"A Tribute: January 15, 2005

Montgomery, 1955: The night before Martin Luther King Jr. led the Montgomery boycott of buses and became a national public figure in the civil rights movement."


Framework, Stacy Vanblarcom Jan 2005

Framework, Stacy Vanblarcom

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On My 39th Birthday, Lori Dabbagh Jan 2005

On My 39th Birthday, Lori Dabbagh

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Eye Level, Catherine Agar Jan 2005

Eye Level, Catherine Agar

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Early December Romance, Mark Johnson Jan 2005

Early December Romance, Mark Johnson

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"How am I going to tell the woman I have loved all my life that I want to take her hand in marriage? As we approached the quaint village of Skaneateles, NY on this calm night in December, anxiety filled the air and possibilities chilled my spine. Tonight, words will pour from my heart and she will understand the magnitude of my love for her."


The Story Of My Moral, Nicole Gaulin Jan 2005

The Story Of My Moral, Nicole Gaulin

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Getting Some, Kerry Meagher Jan 2005

Getting Some, Kerry Meagher

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"'Hey come on, you're a guy, you should want to do this more than me.'"


Today, Emily C. Ryan Jan 2005

Today, Emily C. Ryan

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The Picture, Dan Maslyn Jan 2005

The Picture, Dan Maslyn

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"The tiny black eyes of knowledge. That smug smile he had on his face. Everything about that picture pissed me off. Every time I walked to class that moron stared at me from his little picture frame. It really creeped me out every time I saw it. I could never concentrate in class with him staring at me like that. I always had to study harder and get notes from other people because all I could do was think about that picture."


Coming Out From The Sheets, Meghan Prichard Jan 2005

Coming Out From The Sheets, Meghan Prichard

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I Write, Sara Cavanaugh Jan 2005

I Write, Sara Cavanaugh

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She Writes, Emily C. Ryan Jan 2005

She Writes, Emily C. Ryan

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"She can't remember when the morning became confused with night, when the clouds of her unrest shaded the glow of promise, making the beep, beep, beep, of her alarm clock the only way to tell one from the other. Life, like a long drawn out play with mediocre actors, bored from too many cigarettes and a diet of saltine crackers, had started to play out before her on a stage. Her eyes had become useless from over thinking and under-emotionalizing everything - she was always rehearsing, but never ...


What Happened Then, Catherine Agar Jan 2005

What Happened Then, Catherine Agar

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"She knew a man whose face was thin, with little hollows beneath the cheek bones. A little wrinkle near his ear, a little grey hair growing there, a little soft flesh: she imagined pressing her lips to it. Just a kiss. or maybe she would wrap her arms around him and hug him, lay her head on his chest. and maybe then a kiss, and maybe then, well, maybe then."


Eulogy Of A Girl, Elizabeth Mancini Jan 2005

Eulogy Of A Girl, Elizabeth Mancini

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Pears, Lindsay Smith Jan 2005

Pears, Lindsay Smith

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"A sweet, balding, elderly man waited patiently, crouched on all fours, behind the couch. His skinny frame, with yet a rotund belly, cast a shadow on the living room floor. He would remain there until the pinnacle of our camp-out, when he would come slowly crawling towards us. This happened every night as my grandfather, Pops, would join my sister and me in our elaborate world of imagination as 'Smokey the Bear' There were always pears; Pops loved pears."


Full Issue, No Author Jan 2005

Full Issue, No Author

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Pescadora De Perlas, Lori Dabbagh Jan 2005

Pescadora De Perlas, Lori Dabbagh

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Beguiled, Tamara Dixon Jan 2005

Beguiled, Tamara Dixon

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Summer Storms, Erin Dorney Jan 2005

Summer Storms, Erin Dorney

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