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Cardboard Condo by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Cardboard Condo by Ken Allan Dronsfield

Awakened by horns and commuter traffic. Pulls down a knitted cap, wholly and rotted by the moths and time. His skin, now wrinkled telling of darker times of hatred and abuse. Fought for his country in the jungles and nameless hamlets where friends died and were buried, there rifles now rusting and bones turn into Read More
 
The Performer By Sy Roth

The Performer By Sy Roth

He brought his own band, poor troubadour, speakers and amps, two twin-tower ornaments for the back wall spilling platonic sounds in a burbling, aphonic stream filling in the gaps in the background noise of entrance while the performer, weighed in heavily in the front row fly casting about for his audience. No grand entrances, the Read More