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Goldilocks and the Three

Goldilocks and the Three

Goldilocks and the Three   Brenna Ehrlich Brenna.Ehrlich@gmail.com   “Happy Birthday to you,” Min’s mom and sister crooned off-key as the animatronic bears lurched to life. Papa Bear, or at least what Min imagined to be the papa bear (as he was wearing a snappy fedora), windmilled his taxidermied arm across his cherry candy-colored guitar,...
Son, the Sun Don't Set in the South

Son, the Sun Don’t Set in the South

Son, the Sun Don’t Set in the South Words by Fishspit   I’m not very sharp . . . simple things ain’t so simple to me. I’d poured over the book “Alcoholic’s Anonymous” a number of times . . . drunk and sober. Finally, a time came when I was thoroughly whooped. I found me...
accidents

accidents

accidents by C. H. Gorrie     Kneeling in the middle of my street, holding the unconscious man’s head, I was steeped in the stench of cheap vodka streaming from his mouth. His shallow breathing rattled like a failing engine as blood dribbled down his chin in splayed lines.   The accident happened so quickly,...
Faux-th of July

Faux-th of July

  We all arrive to this open field in messy, unkempt suits, the sun long since set. None of us can fully express the feelings we have in the pit of our stomachs. The orange color illuminates the stage which we have set for ourselves, whose source are the three or four incandescent safety lights...

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