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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Home Every time I cross the Pisqataqua River the Vacationland sign looms closer and closer until I can almost reach out and touch the green metal. I stretch my arms towards Maine, and once I cross the line something feels different even though the pavem...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
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    Our Sonnet We four stand in the cold afternoon, still as the world, save for the light shower of dust and our dark silver breaths that fill the air. Cupped hands resemble the flowers of a tree. The ground’s hard under its quilt. And we stand, shivering but together. In these mute woods w...
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    as the snow drifts down skeletal november trees thrust bare limbs to grey sky brittle branches snapping at the wind inside warm houses grownups perch frustrated by the threat of winter geese honk at cloudy skies small V’s protesting the early storm pets huddle indoors afraid of ...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    The July night was a cold, black veil that cloaked the earth in silence. The car purred as my dad and I rolled toward home. The headlights swept through the dark as I fiddled with the knee of my baseball uniform and wiped crumbled dirt onto the car floor. We lurched over the familiar bump in the asp...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
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    Cell phones were created so adults could carry phones with them, in their pockets and purses, and make calls from wherever they happened to be. No longer would they have to search for a phone booth. They could take their business and connection to the world with them, wherever they went. But today...
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    man and dog alike turn worldworn faces to ...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    Violence and Redemption: Afghanistan in Full Amir, the main character of Khaled Hosseini’s debut novel The Kite Runner, can never work hard enough to please his only family member, a father who sees Amir as small and weak. He spends his time buried in books or exploring Kabul with a family serv...

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