Adding Tea to Honey

By Christopher Clauss In New England they would have me do this the other way around:ice first, then tea, then honey.The physics of solubility are not lost on the people of the northeast.They revel in challenge, pride themselves on work clearly unfinished.It is evidence that they are “working on it,”the…

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Jacob

By William Sharon “Jacob, where are you?” Mama caught me sneaking out again. Or rather, she found my bed empty and my pajamas strewn on the floor. I fled too far away to be caught. My breath shook, my pulse raced, my feet pounded the grassy ground as I ran….

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Desert Buzz By D.T. Krippene Nathanial Beekman surveyed the desert horizon. The cowboy hat Monty Contreras gave him shaded his eyes from the bright sunlight of mid-March. He missed the New England springtime of his former Connecticut home with its arrival of avian choirs singing for mates. One could almost…

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