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The Angle

1989

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1989

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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And Belfast Rejoices, Liam Emmet O'Sullivan Jan 1989

And Belfast Rejoices, Liam Emmet O'Sullivan

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"The clouds have finally broken and the light is shining through, warming an earth that has gone cold and frozen. It was grey and bleak this morning, and the children were subdued with the climate reflecting their inner thoughts. They were waiting for the sun to bring the warmth, to free them from their pain, to free them from their reality, to deceive them once again."


Siegfried's Day Off, Peter J. Duffy Jan 1989

Siegfried's Day Off, Peter J. Duffy

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I Got Gold Earrings, Karen Marie Benz Jan 1989

I Got Gold Earrings, Karen Marie Benz

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Proud Heritage, Deborah Ayala Jan 1989

Proud Heritage, Deborah Ayala

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Hymenoptera, Tania Hewes Jan 1989

Hymenoptera, Tania Hewes

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Necropolis, H. B. Dill Jan 1989

Necropolis, H. B. Dill

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Cosmo, The Tailor, Roger Scalzo Jan 1989

Cosmo, The Tailor, Roger Scalzo

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Molasses, Chris Tanner Jan 1989

Molasses, Chris Tanner

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A Spot Of Time At Baron's Pond, Chris Tanner Jan 1989

A Spot Of Time At Baron's Pond, Chris Tanner

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Rude Awakening: A Sampling Of Mystical Verse, Donald Blais Ocds Jan 1989

Rude Awakening: A Sampling Of Mystical Verse, Donald Blais Ocds

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A Few Questions To Consider, John Falzone Jan 1989

A Few Questions To Consider, John Falzone

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I Was Born In A Moving Taxi, Troy Robinson Jan 1989

I Was Born In A Moving Taxi, Troy Robinson

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One Night Stand, Derrick Van Grol Jan 1989

One Night Stand, Derrick Van Grol

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"It started out, as many romances do, with but a glance. The eyes hesitate as they fall upon a sight they wish to explore deeper, and certainly for a longer period of time. That's the trouble with a glance, it's so brief. However, it is that fleeting moment that inspires one further. The cover, if you will, being as appealing and attractive as it is, entices one closer from across the store. Time was the torture as I waited for the second edition to the trilogy ...


The Humanities, Peter J. Duffy Jan 1989

The Humanities, Peter J. Duffy

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Poem From A Sleepless Night, Chris Tanner Jan 1989

Poem From A Sleepless Night, Chris Tanner

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The Function Of A Cat, Jon Monga Jan 1989

The Function Of A Cat, Jon Monga

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"In the beginning, God created the heaven and earth, the plants and animals, and man. The man was intrigued by his world, but alas was lonely. And so God created woman, and the man was pleased. But after a while, the woman got boring for the man because she would not play in the dirt with him, or roll over, or play dead. And so God made man a companion and called it "dog." The woman was now mad at the man and dog because they ignored her ...


Lines Composed A Few Years Later, Peter J. Duffy Jan 1989

Lines Composed A Few Years Later, Peter J. Duffy

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Ravine, E. Charles Kurtz Jan 1989

Ravine, E. Charles Kurtz

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"Starting in Utica, High Point Trail winds down thirteen miles and intersects with County Road #27. There are curves, hills and dark, green mountains and Theodore Dunday knew he should keep his new Mustang GT around forty, but mental temperament has quite a bit to do with driving style and he was simply not in the mood to keep it under the limit; Dunday pulled on his lights as the Mustang jumped up over fifty. It had been a long day and he wanted to get home."


Rain, Karen Marie Benz Jan 1989

Rain, Karen Marie Benz

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What Really Happened To Little Red, Michael J. Maranda Jr. Jan 1989

What Really Happened To Little Red, Michael J. Maranda Jr.

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"Once upon a time (original, eh?) there was a little girl who had a red cape. This young lady was on her way to her grandma's house with a basket of food because grandma was hungry and too lazy to feed herself. Little Red, as she liked to call herself, had to go through the woods to get to grandma's house because that's the kind of story this is."


The Fertile Silence, H. B. Dill Jan 1989

The Fertile Silence, H. B. Dill

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The Sneaker, Kevin Wyszkowski Jan 1989

The Sneaker, Kevin Wyszkowski

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"There I sat, just my brother and I. I had been on the same shelf now for almost one year. I wanted to get out of that store so badly that I would do almost anything. On the day before Christmas I was taken off the shelf and put in a bag."


I Once Knew Her, Roger Scalzo Jan 1989

I Once Knew Her, Roger Scalzo

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Slim Nell, Peter J. Duffy Jan 1989

Slim Nell, Peter J. Duffy

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Turning Around, Darwin L. Gardener Jan 1989

Turning Around, Darwin L. Gardener

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The Other Side Of The Creek, Steve Arpaia Jan 1989

The Other Side Of The Creek, Steve Arpaia

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Insomnia, H. B. Dill Jan 1989

Insomnia, H. B. Dill

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The Daily News, Emmet O'Lunney Jan 1989

The Daily News, Emmet O'Lunney

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"As I am walking through the elaborate entrance of the Grand Central Station Terminal, thoughts of a glorious day fill my head. Nevertheless, my fatigued legs are painful reminders that I have been journeying through the Big Apple."


Wet Blanket, Michael J. Maranda Jr. Jan 1989

Wet Blanket, Michael J. Maranda Jr.

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