Customs for Waking

by Emma Aylor

I know it’s rare for me to start
this way: talking plainly to you, as I am now.

It’s as simple as wanting
to tell you something that happened Continue reading

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As Little As Possible

by Morgan Eklund

By 2050, plastic will outweigh
fish in the ocean and every Monday Continue reading

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Slow Fall

by Mark Brazaitis

He thought the end would come fast. Within seconds of leaping off the bridge, he would hit the dark water twelve stories below. But time was betraying him. He had leapt, but his descent had slowed to the pace of his depression, which had been gnawing at him for months. He was, it seemed, being granted a reprieve of sorts. Continue reading

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each Sunday morning

by Moni Brar

we pile into the old green chevy
vinyl seats cool against our backs
the buzz of excitement licking away Continue reading

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‘O Lo’u Fanua

by Jonpaul “Sione” Monty Cohen

The sand is cold, and unwelcoming
Nothing like where I came from
A sea missing the warmth of home Continue reading

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