Monthly Archives: October 2012

Impression #2

by Christopher Raley   what do you have to say now, you ancient trees, bare boned gray, yet stark green heads still holding ever, now that i have stripped my own truths and am a liar with no redeeming head? … Continue reading

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Impression #1

by Christopher Raley   from inside the neon tints squares of world. square window, square curb, square speed limit a faint red from a name that calls to dichotomy. the kids are with us, eating sandwiches at the tall table … Continue reading

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