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Auld Lang Syne, Stephanie Prichard Jan 1970

Auld Lang Syne, Stephanie Prichard

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Evergreen, Pam K. Denniston Jan 1970

Evergreen, Pam K. Denniston

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Burial Mounds, Gary Zmolek Jan 1970

Burial Mounds, Gary Zmolek

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As mourning, moist shrouds cover faceless hours, And yesterday slips mutely by the mind, One more gear is silently ground off The disintegrating cog of time. Despite precautions, the tottering legs of age Crumble, fastened as they are to earth, Break off their brief disengagement from the soil...


The Secret, Mary Sue Young Jan 1970

The Secret, Mary Sue Young

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Ain't They All Alike, Dave Ernst Jan 1970

Ain't They All Alike, Dave Ernst

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Dawn, John P. Graham Jan 1970

Dawn, John P. Graham

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sometimes in the morning when it's still and silence is the only noise before the town turns on and the people put on their day faces, it creeps to my window out of the black and catches me off guard so i realize that nothing will invade my room and welcome my day and mix my heart to the lack of love..


Harriet's Closet, Sandy Whipple Jan 1970

Harriet's Closet, Sandy Whipple

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HARRIET Wilson smiled at her reflection in the medicine cabinet mirror and fluffed up her steel gray curls with her fingertips. The children would be proud of their pert grandmother...


So Much To Lose, Della Weems Jan 1970

So Much To Lose, Della Weems

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T ORRAINE Robinson stared blankly at the two men -*-1 as they walked toward her, unrolling the long white aisle runner. For an instant she wondered why she was standing there and had an impulse to turn and walk away, but a third usher already had his arm laced in hers..


His Father's Army, Steve Gross Jan 1970

His Father's Army, Steve Gross

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npH E SOLDIER did not want to play games. He had not -"- said so in so many words. He had not said anything. After a while Frederico gave up talking to him and basked in the sunshine that streamed from the tall office windows. He imagined himself a commanding general surrounded by local troops...


Haiku, Gary Hatcher Jan 1970

Haiku, Gary Hatcher

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Across the dark sky, T h e rain drizzles quietly. Filling my footprints..


The Use Of A .38, Karl Schilling Jan 1970

The Use Of A .38, Karl Schilling

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HpHE BELLS above the door rang and. Bendix Fergeson -**- looked up from his sweeping to see five grade schoolers troop in. As usual they were led by Eric Samuelson, the son of the town's only remaining plumber...


The Stranger, Fred Sawin Jan 1970

The Stranger, Fred Sawin

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HpH E OLD woman beat the last few rice heads against the -"- pegs of the threshing sled. Th e kernels showered onto the heap of new grain that she had built up in its basket. She gathered the last few armfuls of straw and arranged them on the pile. She lifted the wicker cover over the center stake and weighted it down with a few dry clods from the baked earth...


Grace, John Pehrson Jan 1970

Grace, John Pehrson

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I T WAS a-typical evening from all appearances. No casual observer passing by would have noticed anything was amiss. Th e three were seated quietly in antique high-backed chairs around a small dining room table. The tablecloth had been imported. It was a fine Swiss linen, and there were matching linen napkinsā€”both decorated delicately with a light floral pattern...


The Idol, Richard Agard Jan 1970

The Idol, Richard Agard

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Someplace Better, Christine Evans Jan 1970

Someplace Better, Christine Evans

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Can You Hear War Dying, Larry D. Witte Jan 1970

Can You Hear War Dying, Larry D. Witte

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The Friend, Ruth Kratochvil Jan 1970

The Friend, Ruth Kratochvil

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The Boy, Diane Ney Jan 1970

The Boy, Diane Ney

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War, Clark E. Bredahl Jan 1970

War, Clark E. Bredahl

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An Affair Of The Mind, Ron Prahl Jan 1970

An Affair Of The Mind, Ron Prahl

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The Flag, Mike Poeckes Jan 1970

The Flag, Mike Poeckes

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Dominion, Joci Harvey Jan 1970

Dominion, Joci Harvey

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The Victor, Stephanie Pritchard Jan 1970

The Victor, Stephanie Pritchard

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Happiness Is, Wayne Hunt Jan 1970

Happiness Is, Wayne Hunt

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Cameo, Nancy Dewey Jan 1970

Cameo, Nancy Dewey

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Genesis On Ice, Craig Parsons Jan 1970

Genesis On Ice, Craig Parsons

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Amorphous thing, the snow, the way it stands In admonition, melting with our lands A little at a time so no one knows Tha t ever passing days have changed the snows From soft and downy things to blue-steel ice. Jagged and crystal now, the hard device Of rhythmic time is the snow's transposing stare..


First Love, Cheryl Hanson Jan 1970

First Love, Cheryl Hanson

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S HE WAS actually with him! Holly King Wilson had finally consented to let him walk her home from school. Pete swaggered a little more than usual. His body seemed to desire to express the joy of this significant occasion for itself and it was all Pete could do to keep it from giving him away and making him look like a fool..


The Wolf And The Ram, Clay Rooks Jan 1970

The Wolf And The Ram, Clay Rooks

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T HE INCIDENT had become a legend in the forest. Th e tale had been told and retold for centuries. Every animal in the forest knew the story by heart and never missed a chance to tell it again...


Poem, Zorba . Jan 1970

Poem, Zorba .

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Illinois sungrass near apple tree fountains down the graygravel road, lined with tall weeds, sparkling, the pond and her wonderful cool wetness reflecting long strands of sungold...


Sunday City Rain Storm, Craig Parsons Jan 1970

Sunday City Rain Storm, Craig Parsons

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The Sunday Morning Chronicle of times In paper pages, unheeded through the day, Fell off to sleep with the resonant afternoon Houseflies and stale coffee...