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If Only

By Linh Lam

If only that person were on the same planet. If only that person were in the same hemisphere. If only that person were in the same continent. If only that person were in the same nation.


Taylor

By Abigail Cottingham

His taste in music was mayonnaise: bland and unappreciated by most of the population. I guess you could say I love mayonnaise. We attended the same school, but a year separated us so we didn’t have any classes together.


I was in love with that girl

By Anonymous

I remember the guilt I had as A nine year old girl When I kissed another girl Just for fun. I wouldn’t have If she didn’t lead me on Freckled Blue eyes Red-brown hair. After the first time she kissed me My heart hurt She giggled And we’d do it again Occasionally with me Taking the lead. I remembe


Stained Glass

By Oli Ray

I feel like a shattered stained glass window.


1955

By Katherine Young

When I rewind the tangled film of that year to replay again, the transcript hitches, a tainted roll of chromatography paper, taken out from the closet a few too many times; when I carefully crop it to the segment in question, and dip the bruised parchment into the inkwell of the past, where clari