Monthly Archives: April 2013

Monsters by Terri Martin

The wind outside wailed like the lonely whistle of a desert train. Miranda tucked her nose under the covers, sleepy but always alert. Monsters were creatures who loomed large at night. In the daylight, it was at least a possibility … Continue reading

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A Tree in Winter by Karin Rudin (Haiku)

a tree in winter barren bleak branches yearning make ready to leaf

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A Fall of New Tears by Karen Rudin (Haiku)

a fall of new tears sears the ice floe of the old; they mingle in tides

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