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Home by Terri Kraus Even when life is good, during seasons when all seems right with the world, I sometimes still experience unnamed longings. They are deep, elusive feelings, as if there is something that I know I need but is not within reach. When I sit with them, I come to understand that theseContinue reading “Home”

Lamplit Windows

  Lamplit Windowsby Jennie Cesario           I stood once on a particular leaf-papered sidewalk, in a particularly quaint little harbor town, on a damp mid-autumn evening chilly enough for a jacket and a sweater. Across the street stood an old clapboard cape, its multi-paned windows a pleasing symmetry astride its wideContinue reading “Lamplit Windows”

Awakened

  Awakened by Sarah Rennicke We are all meant to be. Someone. Something. A flash of light through thick, syrupy darkness.   We have been fastened together by dreams and shapes and symphonies, formed in the secret spaces of the deep. Intentionally. With fervor. We are silhouettes made of stardust, given faces and smiles sewnContinue reading “Awakened”