Feathers in my hair, laundry drying on the line, songs to pass the time.
By Chela Lujan
Adios, Flagstaff. Traded snow tires for Daytons. Welcome to Pueblo.
by Chris R. Brown
Too late to eat out They stopped serving at seven Guess it’s Taco Bell
By Hillary Faichne
Great band is playing But everybody stays home That’s why bars go broke
By Adam Gazzola
Leave bending upward The scent of smoke on the lake – Summer has arrived
By Dustin Cormier
that august sunset sucks the last light out from out our gold bessmur eve
by Michael Lane
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