Amanda Haag: Huddle

We’re sharing today this well-met flash by Amanda Haag, “Huddle“:

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Lauren Sanderson: KISS ME NOW THE WAR IS OVER

It’s the endweek of the long year, maybe the longest yet, and there is already so much behind us, Reader, that here we wish you just a glimmering growing thing and a shimmering shimmer, Lauren Sanderson’s “KISS ME NOW THE WAR IS OVER“:

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Rosanna Staffa: Pink Cadillac

Dear Reader, today we have a share that has seen you from the outside and perhaps other ways as well. Here’s Rosanna Staffa’s “Pink Cadillac“:

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Jan Stinchcomb: The Beach Is the Original Safe Space

Relax, dear Reader, this week (no pressure!), with this chill piece from Jan Stinchcomb, “The Beach Is the Original Safe Space“:

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B. Woods: A Little Remedy, Which Won’t Work

Dear Reader, it’s been a discombobulating holiday, perhaps in a good way, perhaps otherwise. Tell us things, do tell. Here’s a very tonic prose poem by B. Woods — “A Little Remedy, Which Won’t Work“:

 

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