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Writing has taken to acting as a camera for moments where plain pictures will not suffice. Instead of running away and finding fantasy in the different…
Later, he heard her on the phone saying to his sister, Corinne, “He lost that part of the brain that evolved to calculate the consequences of actions.”…
What have I done with my life? Where am I going, really? I have no credit, my business is a money-suck failure. I’m overweight, so it’s not like I can …
I have to tell you something, Roxy says. She takes hold of Maddalena’s hands. They stare into each other’s eyes. ANGEL LOVE BY BEN HARDWELL 34THPARALLE…
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I never really understood why my Father didn’t want me so I blamed everyone in my life. I blamed the people who loved me because my father didn’t. SHE …
“Wait!” Carl shouted. “You want money? I’ll hire you.” RONNIE AND THE NIGHT CLERK BY JOHN PALMER 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 89 Ronnie entered the conv…
Darling, you can’t expect everything to be perfect from the start. STARTING AGAIN BY LINDSAY SMITH 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 89 Aster lies there list…
I scratch in your sound with a stylus of distant horns and angry doors. BODY PAINT, NO TATTOOS BY HR HARPER 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 89 I listen to …
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POETRY FOR THE EXILED BY DC COPELAND 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 89