Gone but Not Forgotten by Carol M. Gore

Gone but Not Forgotten by Carol M. Gore He looked good for a dead guy. Like himself and yet somehow not. I can itemize the differences as if it were…

Don’t Smile Until December by Amanda Iacampo

Don't Smile Until December by Amanda Iacampo You are more than a resume. You are more than the credentials listed on your resume. You are more than the resume that…

Dream of a Late Husband By Kris Lester

Dream of a Late Husband By Kris Lester In her dream, she sat motionless on the couch and watched the , turned to mute. She couldn’t have told you what…

Supper by Manuel Martin

Supper by Manuel Martin While the apartment phone rings over and over, the couple cooks awkwardly trying not to involve eye contact with each other. Her shinny blue eyes are…

Nurtured by robert c. radziejewski

Nurtured by robert c. radziejewski             I was assembled anonymously according to traditions. I fail to realize my identity. My memory is cyclically deleted. I’m a symbiotic specialized adaption for…

In Good Hands by Bernadine Lortis

In Good Hands by Bernadine Lortis   “Here, give her to me. I’ll take her.” A nurse snatches my baby at the threshold as though I’m a delivering a bundle of…

Slide by Eli Cranor

Slide by Eli Cranor
Slide by Eli Cranor PTSD, flashbacks, whatever – it ain’t what you think. I don’t see the boys I shot head’s dripping off sideways like JFK. I don’t see Mitch “Sorcerer” Rodriguez telling me about…