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The Angle

1993

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1993

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Burgundy And Incense, Brian Walsh Jan 1993

Burgundy And Incense, Brian Walsh

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"The fractured images lay as colored splinters on the ground, each a shard refracting distinct shades of burgundy that lit up the night in a halo of red. A heavy object hurled through a stain-glassed window has wrought this scene upon the street. From deep within the sanctuary it was tossed out. The incense was soon to follow and escape the frosty air, where it hung heavily over the people below who had come in observance of this odd ceremony."


Blueprint, Susan Rinella Jan 1993

Blueprint, Susan Rinella

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Commencement, Heather Lobban Jan 1993

Commencement, Heather Lobban

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Out Of Bounds, Sean Hayden Jan 1993

Out Of Bounds, Sean Hayden

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"I bounded into the locker room full of excitement. It was game day, and as usual, I was longing to play. There is nothing that I would rather be doing, I thought, as I headed to my locker to change. I wanted to go on and make millions of dollars, and tonight's game was my ticket because in the bleachers of our rinky-dink little high school gym there was a college scout that came all the way from Kentucky to watch me play. I wasn't worried ...


For Carrie, Dawn Whited Jan 1993

For Carrie, Dawn Whited

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The Canyon, Kristen Basi Jan 1993

The Canyon, Kristen Basi

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"As I start out on the trail, I can feel the heat of the sun, even at this early hour. It is sure to be a day of rising temperatures, and the city dwellers will probably all head to the beach. The drive on the expressway was quiet -there weren't many cars headed in this direction. This place is virtually empty, and the solitude is a welcome companion."


Animals?, Adam C. Slick Jan 1993

Animals?, Adam C. Slick

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Memories Of The Elmheart Hotel, Mindy Hardwick Jan 1993

Memories Of The Elmheart Hotel, Mindy Hardwick

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"My eyes gazed from two gaping holes which used to be windows overlooking Lake Ontario. I watched as sailboats played on the wind of the water. A breeze blew through the hotel's frame and the screen porch rocked on its hinges. Neighborhood children ignored the 'No Trespassing" sign posted on the iron gates. Their shouts echoed into the elm trees as they rode their bikes through the overgrown grass. Beer cans were tucked into corners of the sagging porch. Chip- ped white paint, like ashes from a ...


The Fear, Kevin K. Allen Jan 1993

The Fear, Kevin K. Allen

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Wasted Youth, Matthew Avedisian Jan 1993

Wasted Youth, Matthew Avedisian

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The Photograph, Heather Jones Jan 1993

The Photograph, Heather Jones

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Crossroads, Mindy Hardwick Jan 1993

Crossroads, Mindy Hardwick

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"A dog's toenails scratched the kitchen floor as the screen door slammed. Melanie held out her hand as the blonde cocker spaniel licked her fingers. She uncrossed her long shapely legs and shifted restlessly on the couch. "Cage;' a man's voice said sternly. Obediently, the dog followed the man's pointing fingers and settled into his white cage. The man grinned and closed the cage door. Melanie clutched a piece of paper in her hand and looked nervously at the man."


Four Women, Heather Lobban Jan 1993

Four Women, Heather Lobban

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Stifled Honesty, Tom Seitzinger Jan 1993

Stifled Honesty, Tom Seitzinger

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Only In My Dreams, Laurie Ward Jan 1993

Only In My Dreams, Laurie Ward

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"September, 1988

I can still feel the terror in the pit of my stomach, hear the cruel wind that wouldn't help me, see the hatred and madness in his usually calm blue eyes, still feel the screams stop in my throat, forming a lump and turning to sobs."


Ravens Calling, L. A.M.S. Jan 1993

Ravens Calling, L. A.M.S.

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Disturbing, Michael G. M. Cornelius Jan 1993

Disturbing, Michael G. M. Cornelius

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A Frozen Memory, Jeff Marsh Jan 1993

A Frozen Memory, Jeff Marsh

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"It was cold. This was more than the bone-numbing cold experienced on winter days, this was true cold. I looked out over the barren wasteland of tundra before me and thought that this is what hell should look and feel like. Hell would not be warm, it would be cold. The cold seeped through eight layers of clothes and made me sick from its numbness."


God-Tears, Megan M. Cavanagh Jan 1993

God-Tears, Megan M. Cavanagh

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The Hello Man, Cheri Crist Jan 1993

The Hello Man, Cheri Crist

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"Louis was a happy man. Everyone that met him thought he was either happy, or eccentrically simple. He was neither. His cousin Leda thought he just had to grow up. By the time he hit 45, Leda knew it was more than just a matter of maturity, but she deigned to bring up the topic to anyone. Her interest in him was a combination of ancestry and a faint notion of obligation. However, she didn't see Louis as particularly unusual, just terminally satisfied with everything he saw ...


Dancing With A Candle, Kevin K. Allen Jan 1993

Dancing With A Candle, Kevin K. Allen

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Calentures, Cheri Crist Jan 1993

Calentures, Cheri Crist

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Deceptive Smiles, Tom Seitzinger Jan 1993

Deceptive Smiles, Tom Seitzinger

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What Could Have Been, Nicholas S. Penna Jan 1993

What Could Have Been, Nicholas S. Penna

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Dandy, Dawn Whited Jan 1993

Dandy, Dawn Whited

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Catching Up, Laura Schmidt Jan 1993

Catching Up, Laura Schmidt

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"I sat down today to write some of my memoirs. I'm not sure why I'd want to do this. I really am not the type to write things down. As a matter of fact, I never liked to write, but I'd been thinking a lot lately, and thought it might help to ease my mind; if there are a lot of mistakes, forgive me. I don't even know to whom I'm writing, but I have a feeling that someday someone will stumble upon ...


…Holy Ground, Christopher P. Tighe Jan 1993

…Holy Ground, Christopher P. Tighe

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Words Not Spoken, Matt Avedisian Jan 1993

Words Not Spoken, Matt Avedisian

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Summer Courses, Cheri Crist Jan 1993

Summer Courses, Cheri Crist

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