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1964

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The Practical Joke, Ellen Papacek Jan 1964

The Practical Joke, Ellen Papacek

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Black Panda, Jerry Pierce Jan 1964

Black Panda, Jerry Pierce

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M. Et N., Ron Huhn Jan 1964

M. Et N., Ron Huhn

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The Mirror, Carol Abel Jan 1964

The Mirror, Carol Abel

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Motivation, Robert Schenck Jan 1964

Motivation, Robert Schenck

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I Held Nothing, Jerry Pierce Jan 1964

I Held Nothing, Jerry Pierce

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Senryu, Dave Thomas Jan 1964

Senryu, Dave Thomas

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The cheerless poplar caught a breeze And turned its shiny side To the sun...


Almost, Paul Kratoska Jan 1964

Almost, Paul Kratoska

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I read a poem that almost made it. It told of love in almost perfect rhyme, And I read it to my almost love At the almost perfect time... And almost made her...


The Gulls, Paul Diehl Jan 1964

The Gulls, Paul Diehl

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Rhinocerous Antiquitatis, Bruce Becker Jan 1964

Rhinocerous Antiquitatis, Bruce Becker

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Your Hidden Face, Jane Johnson Jan 1964

Your Hidden Face, Jane Johnson

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I stand and watch you fade behind the robe of white sheets. In your limp declining form I see fond memories of how we spend the days, just filling them with thoughts of you and me...


A Token Of My Love And Goodnight, Tessie Pappas Jan 1964

A Token Of My Love And Goodnight, Tessie Pappas

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Hired Hand, Larry Edson Jan 1964

Hired Hand, Larry Edson

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Boy On A Bicycle, Bernice Black Jan 1964

Boy On A Bicycle, Bernice Black

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Nemanya wheeled down the road, his bike making a hot wind. This had been the third dry summer in a row, and smoke from forest fires over-cast the sky, dimming the sun but only intensifying the heat...


The Waggoner's Lad, Beth Benson Jan 1964

The Waggoner's Lad, Beth Benson

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Dark Interlude, Anna Grant Sibley Jan 1964

Dark Interlude, Anna Grant Sibley

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The Indicator, Bill Nolan Jan 1964

The Indicator, Bill Nolan

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And Then There Were None, Alice Roberts Jan 1964

And Then There Were None, Alice Roberts

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Fall Birth, Andy Williams Jan 1964

Fall Birth, Andy Williams

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Amorality, Bill Nolan Jan 1964

Amorality, Bill Nolan

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Third Tuesday, Larry Edson Jan 1964

Third Tuesday, Larry Edson

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The Weight Of The Fork, Ted Rule Jan 1964

The Weight Of The Fork, Ted Rule

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My Love Is Young No Longer, Eleanor Fernelius Jan 1964

My Love Is Young No Longer, Eleanor Fernelius

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The Ferric King, Don Lott Jan 1964

The Ferric King, Don Lott

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One Sunday In The Park, Kathy Jacobsen Jan 1964

One Sunday In The Park, Kathy Jacobsen

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"And Never The Twain", Michael Kent Jan 1964

"And Never The Twain", Michael Kent

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The nurse slid the screen back from around Josh's bed, pushing it to one side. "Yes, I called Mr. Mahoney again today. He said he'd try and make it over to see you."...


Tomorrow's Thought, Neil Howard Jan 1964

Tomorrow's Thought, Neil Howard

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God O My God I say God Too many times I might say Freda O My Freda And get A better answer...


Haiku, Dick Heinemeyer Jan 1964

Haiku, Dick Heinemeyer

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We love the colored So long as they keep their place Before the fire hose...


Ensign Greeley, David Pershau Jan 1964

Ensign Greeley, David Pershau

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The skipper raised himself from the chair and studied the horizon through the small port hole. His deep-set blue eyes were frozen in the weathered face, focusing on some infinitely distant point out in the Pacific...


One Lost Breath, Jean Kirlan Jan 1964

One Lost Breath, Jean Kirlan

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One of that profession wrote it- a terse summary of what the life is- the religious life, the Catholic Sisterhood...