All posts tagged: home

AZ Azimuth by Keith Moul

At one time if a mountain or an ocean wasn’t in sight I could not find anything magnificent to see. My home area was St. Louis, Missouri and the surrounding plains and grasslands. You could drive for hours and see nothing but magpies, maybe the […]

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The Orange Line by William Fleeson

The experience of riding the Orange Line—the branch of Washington’s metro between its western suburbs and downtown—depends largely on your attitude. One can begrudge it, or embrace it; what you cannot do is change the way it is. In my case, I ride between home […]

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Fractals by Ann Kendal

This might be my view right now if I were just a bit closer to what I consider my geographic home – the roiling clouds of winter brewing up some madness while the sun exerts its last shards of light. If I were there, standing […]

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Virtual Detroit by Michelle Brooks

Photos of Home: BIO: Michelle Brooks has published a collection of poetry, Make Yourself Small, (Backwaters Press), and a novella, Dead Girl, Live Boy, (Storylandia Press). Her poetry collection, Pretty in A Hard Way, will be published by Finishing Line Press in 2019. A native […]

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Home Invader by Karen Lethlean

There it stood, smack damn in the middle of Johnston’s Electrical Appliance Shop window. Rattling noise, akin to scrunching crisp paper. We can identify people talking, chiefly because mouths on projected images move. Oh, if only I might decipher words tumbling out. A quick glance […]

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Cabramatta by Vincent Lam

First of all. The Nineties and Cabramatta meant pork rolls and chicken rice, at least for me anyways. It meant science existed in schools and never at home where mum’s word was law, and hanging out meant Happy Cup and Red Lea chips. Sounds mundane […]

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