Charles Rammelkamp reviews monster portraits.
Jack Arkell shares a memory.
Diane Elayne Dees remembers pruning and growing.
Patricia Jacaban Miranda thinks of addictions and worries.
Kat Lewis watches reflections in glass and water.
Rachel Sobylya has a mountain dew mouth.
Bonnie Stanard questions a lover.
Rodney Torreson sees the sky filled with color.
Grace Carroll wonders if it's the right phone.
Kelly Chastain takes flight with two little birds.
Candace Hartsuyker remembers lightning storms.
David Henson tells his Uncle's story.
M.P. McCune writes about a mother.
Kristen Ploetz has one last drink for her mother.
William Auten takes us on a train ride.
Jessica Miele gives us a street full of skeletons.
Mali Fischer paints images of home.
Thomas Gresham clowns around.
Shara Johnson abandons the ordinary.
David Thompson captures tail lights and time.
Patrick Conway fishes up a memory.
Marlena Fiol puts marriage on stage for three acts.
Maddie Lock enlightens us about Zen.
Kayla Smith tries to make connections.
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