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1958

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The Cat, Russell Wilson Jan 1958

The Cat, Russell Wilson

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The Draw, Dave Waller Jan 1958

The Draw, Dave Waller

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A pair of magpies, flashing black and white and crying nasal alarms, veered away from the thicket of cedar where Eric Williams sat motionless...


Baker, Albert Talbott Jan 1958

Baker, Albert Talbott

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The Wasted Man, Ed Hill Jan 1958

The Wasted Man, Ed Hill

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Dan Hung his coat on a wall hook and sat down at one of the dimly lighted corner booths. He wiped his forehead on a shirtsleeve and turned to look out the window...


A Solution, R. A. Upham Jan 1958

A Solution, R. A. Upham

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Mohave: The Desert, Arthur Johnson Jan 1958

Mohave: The Desert, Arthur Johnson

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The Cool Cat, Nick Saum Jan 1958

The Cool Cat, Nick Saum

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The student company barracks at Fort Devens were a wild scene of activity on this sunny Saturday morning...


Man, Judy Loveless Jan 1958

Man, Judy Loveless

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I feel the misery grow inside me like some malignant disease grasping and enveloping the pain. "Go away1 Go away!"...


Prisoner Sun, Larry Syndergaard Jan 1958

Prisoner Sun, Larry Syndergaard

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She sat alone, Reposed against the rusty brick, Her hair a silky warp and woof Falling through the fingers of the undulating breeze,...


Peaceful Struggle, Roger D. Crouse Jan 1958

Peaceful Struggle, Roger D. Crouse

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Peg, Bill Duffy Jan 1958

Peg, Bill Duffy

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Yeh- it's really the berries-some people's names, I mean. I knew a girl once name of Nacy Longnecker...


To A Crushed Carnation, James Wickliff Jan 1958

To A Crushed Carnation, James Wickliff

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You lie there in the dust, A derelict from some wedding, dinner or death...


Sheriff Of Fremont County, Roger Crouse Jan 1958

Sheriff Of Fremont County, Roger Crouse

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Cal stared through the afternoon twilight of the high-ceilinged sheriff's office at the white court-order. He moved his heavy, old frame forward in the swivel chair and snapped the florescent lamp...


John, Lorena Duncan Jan 1958

John, Lorena Duncan

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John's words came fast and his low voice seemed earnest as he talked to the work campers seated in front of him...


The Journey Home, John Graves Jan 1958

The Journey Home, John Graves

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Free Country, Arthur Johnson Jan 1958

Free Country, Arthur Johnson

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A Fable, Larry Syndergaard Jan 1958

A Fable, Larry Syndergaard

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Remembering, Jim Merry Jan 1958

Remembering, Jim Merry

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Precision Shells, Robert Dare Jan 1958

Precision Shells, Robert Dare

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We Can Only Try, M. J. Miles Jan 1958

We Can Only Try, M. J. Miles

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I think I'll go insane tonight. You come too. We';; find a place of prism light And real dew...


Self-Denial, Tom Irish Jan 1958

Self-Denial, Tom Irish

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He wanted to be an artist, but thought he hadn't art enough. He wanted to be a man of Science, but thought he wasn't smart enough...


First Love, Ron Baker Jan 1958

First Love, Ron Baker

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Raindrops smash against the window, where once we watched the moon slide through clouds...


Contemplate A Life Book, Larry Syndergaard Jan 1958

Contemplate A Life Book, Larry Syndergaard

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Contemplate a Life-Book.... Fetid bugs and fragrant blooms Squashed between its pages...


A Poet, James Wickliff Jan 1958

A Poet, James Wickliff

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A poet is a man lost. Ragged, torn by that within him, Haunted by those around him, He stumbles endlessly in circles...


Summer, R.A. Upham Jan 1958

Summer, R.A. Upham

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The boy awoke, startled, but he didn't know why. The muggy summer night was heavy and oppressive, almost suffocating, with its weight of heat and darkness...


The Tide, James Wickliff Jan 1958

The Tide, James Wickliff

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The tide is out, And halfway across the bay The silver-brown mud Sucks its stinking mouths At the wind...


May Afternoon, Dave Ross Jan 1958

May Afternoon, Dave Ross

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It was a beautiful May afternoon- the kind that makes you feel all lazy and sluggish inside- the kind that makes you forget your cares and dream of a little boy's summer...


Another Way, Tom Emmerson Jan 1958

Another Way, Tom Emmerson

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Suppose your mother were a victim of cancer with every nerve responding hourly to the pressure of pain that saps her strength and gives her relentless torment...


Volunteer, Nicholas M. Saum Jan 1958

Volunteer, Nicholas M. Saum

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