Monthly Archives: September 2013

Eliza Turrill Poetry

If Poetry Was Like Driving After A.R Ammons Leaves spiral off a truck towards your car, and only your car. You pass castle-like mansions. Will I ever make it? You drive past the park, now crowded with children in their … Continue reading

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Eliza Turrill Poetry

Recollection   He had been to Iraq. He squeezed the trigger on people whose names he didn’t even know: fathers, uncles, brothers.   But, it wasn’t the carnage he remembered, not the blood or the bombs, the hundred degree heat. … Continue reading

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Summer Photo Contest Sub#2 Eric Duffert

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Summer Photo Contest Sub#2 Eric Duffert

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Summer Photo Contest Sub#2 Eric Duffert

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Summer Photo Contest Sub#2 Joshua Hilney

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Summer Photo Contest Sub#1 Joshua Hilney

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