Monthly Archives: March 2015

“Letting the World Reset” YWF 2015

Letting The World Reset I awake to my youngest daughter only at age five, going into chemotherapy. Arden–my oldest daughter at fifteen–is standing right beside her. I’m telling them both its going to be alright. Arden has been through this … Continue reading

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“Alone” YWF 2015

 Alone I run from the bus, for I crowded I don’t need or want company I have toys to play with, books to read, music to play, stories to write. But, today I line up the toys and get out … Continue reading

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“Untitled” –Anonymous 3 YWF 2015

Madness is just a low, deep, quick sound like a drum I knew that sound well a new panic seized me until at length it ceased –Anonymous #4

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“Untitled” –Lauren YWF 2015

The eaves come out of the dark The roofline stretches up toward the moon- And yet, I have this strange feeling That I shouldn’t leave so soon. I don’t remember how I got here, Or the direction from which I … Continue reading

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“Untitled” –JR YWF 2015

The old barn was quiet and dim The perfect place to write With a canvas blocking off a section And a rug behind, the typewriter stood Off on her own with her tabby and Pictures, sat a girl in a … Continue reading

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“Untitled” –Celina YWF 2015

The Boo Radley house is blue with broken windows and the door is gone, but it is boarded up. A man crawls through the boards and he is skinny to the bone and wears ripped clothing. he sits in the … Continue reading

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“Untitled” –Kenzie YWF 2015

I look around and see plain-old furniture. But there is a deeper meaning. When you buy a couch, it becomes not only a part of your house, but your hom  e. You share memories on that couch, smiles, laughs, conversations … Continue reading

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