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On New Year’s Eve

by Christopher Raley   In the morning tree limbs are stark light and dark of the sun’s direction. They reach in the window frame   as she looks at the houses across the street.  Home.  She wants someone to take … Continue reading

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August the Fourth

by Christopher Raley   Judgement is one hundred degrees and over, a pressure on bare head and shirted back. Eyelids squint in glare off concrete and yellow grass, fixed white eye burning reflected from metal and glass. Judgement is the … Continue reading

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