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Spring, James Wickliff Jan 1959

Spring, James Wickliff

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When the last of the wood has been gathered in, And the stove shows rust where polish has been, The tightness of the door and windows begins To give me the feeling of being shut in...


The Sliver, Andrew Tidemann Jan 1959

The Sliver, Andrew Tidemann

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So Marty Please, Martha Elder Jan 1959

So Marty Please, Martha Elder

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In Lyric Places, Art Johnson Jan 1959

In Lyric Places, Art Johnson

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The Sea, its odors softly drifting, Drifting on the quiet air, Up the duns and over, floating, Floating down again till there...


The Swamp, Mary Dorward Jan 1959

The Swamp, Mary Dorward

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While The World Slept, Jack Gill Jan 1959

While The World Slept, Jack Gill

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It was two a.m. Sunday morning. In the operations control room of Continental Command, a hundred feet below the facades of the Pentagon, Major William J. Higgins, Duty Officer, sat at his desk and studied the hourly reports from the scanning stations as they flashed on the screen in front of him...


River City, Sam Sample Jan 1959

River City, Sam Sample

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I've seen your buildings Down narrow alleyways And walked your streets As far and fast As a man can...


Two Poems, Tom Irish Jan 1959

Two Poems, Tom Irish

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Have you had the fortune to observe, I asked my friend, That the age of idiocy is about to being,...


The Long Road, Ed Hill Jan 1959

The Long Road, Ed Hill

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Tod leaned over the side of the wagon and watched the big wheels grind into the gritty dirt...


Battle On Tenth Street, Lorena Duncan Jan 1959

Battle On Tenth Street, Lorena Duncan

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If you ever walk along Tenth St. in the Big City you can't miss what's on upper Tenth. Oh, just listen to the...


Red, Robert Collins Jan 1959

Red, Robert Collins

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The Barn, Glenda L. Long Jan 1959

The Barn, Glenda L. Long

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Seasonic Winds, D. A. Fay Jan 1959

Seasonic Winds, D. A. Fay

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If I could but record the Mystification of the Wind Mingled with the promptings of The disturbed heart, Then I could truly say...


Mene Mene, Tekel Upharsin, Nicholas Saum Jan 1959

Mene Mene, Tekel Upharsin, Nicholas Saum

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The bells had stopped ringing. The coughs, silent until now, began. Hacking, rasping...


Heaven And..., Cole Foster Jan 1959

Heaven And..., Cole Foster

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On an afternoon last fall as I was sauntering from the Union to Beardshear I noticed a fellow standing some distance in front of me watching a squirrel...


River Man, Tom Lampe Jan 1959

River Man, Tom Lampe

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The smell of fried bacon still hung in the air as John finished clearing off the table. He threw a few scraps to Butch, who gobbled them up ravenously...


Honor Among Thieves, Roger Crouse Jan 1959

Honor Among Thieves, Roger Crouse

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Buck knelt in the dust and sliced a carrot into a half-gallon can. He held the carrot with the stump of his left arm and his thighs as he deftly cut the slices with a worn picket knife...


The Letter, Martha Elder Jan 1959

The Letter, Martha Elder

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Katrinka trudged into our room at International House and indifferently kicked her shoes under the dresser...


To Fall Out Of The Swing, Jan Kahn Jan 1959

To Fall Out Of The Swing, Jan Kahn

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The Art Of Scientific Criminal Investigation, Jack Gill Jan 1959

The Art Of Scientific Criminal Investigation, Jack Gill

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The great dowager of society paced nervously back and forth across the vast expanse of carpet that covered the sitting room...


First Snow Fall, James Wickliff Jan 1959

First Snow Fall, James Wickliff

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The first snowfall bursts in upon me In a rush of welcome as I open the door...


Yarak, Dave Waller Jan 1959

Yarak, Dave Waller

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Far to the east of Bremen, a youth and his uncle, who was old in that day, walked across a part of Lueneburger Heide...


Evening Star, Larry Syndergaard Jan 1959

Evening Star, Larry Syndergaard

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I crept out of town with the late afternoon traffic as it unclotted itself from the intersections...


Dusk, Cole Foster Jan 1959

Dusk, Cole Foster

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Retreating through the natural elm arch at the west end of Main street, the sun spread its reflecting hand over the uneven brick street...


I Think I Need Another Rib, But I'M Not Quite Sure, Larry Syndergaard Jan 1959

I Think I Need Another Rib, But I'M Not Quite Sure, Larry Syndergaard

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We men will say it curdles Our juice to think of girdles Deceiving our perceiving, Putting rolls under controls...


Quail Shoot, William Kershner Jan 1959

Quail Shoot, William Kershner

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As Taylor looked back at the shrinking carrier the thought that had been nagging his mind for months became a physical thing that made his legs tremble and his stomach twist into a knot...


Little World, Kuang C. Wong Jan 1959

Little World, Kuang C. Wong

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The first nine years of my life were spent in a big walled house in China. Since we were considered to be of the upper class, my grandparents never allowed me outside to play with other children...


Songs, James Wickliff Jan 1959

Songs, James Wickliff

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April, Its spent blossoms Blown in drifts on the lawn, Lifts its many promised fingers To May...


Hunting, Cole Foster Jan 1959

Hunting, Cole Foster

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A heavy smell of people and dogs and warmed-over coffee sat comfortably in the living room; since this was the regular smell in the home, Bobby didn't notice it...


Jamie And Me, Bob Boston Jan 1959

Jamie And Me, Bob Boston

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Jamie and me walked pretty slow through old man Carter's field; slower than most of the other guys would have walked, anyway...