200 Woodlawn St: Jacob Carr

Playing catch witha neurologistis where Ifind myselfafter 45 minutesof inquisitioneach longanswer followed byhead nods theresident feigningunderstanding whenhe could nevera life of neurolepticsone after anotherfor twelve years haveleft me herea reflex mallet poundsmy chesta quiet mutter ofclonus about myright tricepbradykinesic movementsand a full stridewith reduced arm swingsI feel failureunder this examinationquiet reassurancesfollow me outthe door

Harmonization in Diversification: Richard Bartos

The harmony to be had in the field of diversityIs in the aim of universal integralismwhich transcends yet includes prioritythus evolution can occur which activismcoming to more progressions in continuityand we saw just there is presentedthe advent of the concept of holarchywhich is completeness and also inventedthe aspect of being apart of something elseas an … Continue reading Harmonization in Diversification: Richard Bartos

Reset: Megan Tyler

In the mirrorI see myselfElectric buzzingVibrating controlI shave my headClumps of who I wasIn the sinkEvergreentufts of hairIm Getting rid of Every trace of youIt's what I have to doWiping your fingerprints from my lifeIn the mirrorLook at meI can breatheFree

Yes: John Oross

Yes,When I get where I belong.Within her warm, loving, tender arms.I will shed many, many tears.To release both pain and joy.Yes,For I've been waiting many years.For her to enter my life.I have her still within my heart.This truth I simply can't hide.Yes,I've given away many precious things.For her to come my way.She's the beat of … Continue reading Yes: John Oross

Spring: Cassandra Kulay

The snow has turned to slush,The street’s covered in mud,A gentle wind blows, redolentWith the freshness of spring,Soon flowers will bloom andTrees regain their leaves,People will bask in the summerSun and life will be easier forEveryone. The rains begin toFall, creating an icy surfaceThat covers all, puddles areDeep but being outside isJoyous after being trappedIndoors … Continue reading Spring: Cassandra Kulay