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“Bewildered”

by Christopher Raley   I was young in my bed at night, but when I listened . . . I am old on a bench in front of a restaraunt. Steve Phillips was the British transport   between the boy, … Continue reading

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Reckoning

by Christopher Raley   There’s no reckoning these sand stone formations emerging out of the forest of scrawny oaks tough and lean from clinging to hard won soil.   The boy ahead of the old man is running to dangerous … Continue reading

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Cheese Toast

by Christopher Raley   I toasted the bread because that’s what he said he wanted. She got up from the couch where her leg shook and she rocked and she walked through the hall and back to the kitchen to … Continue reading

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