ERIN CORK

Under The Weather

by Erin L. Cork

The news flashed across the Internet: Frightened Rabbit lead singer-missing, family concerned about his state of mind. They found Scott Hutchinson’s body putting an end to desperation but the beginning of grief stages for those who loved him. Josh Ritter says “Only the living go to the graveyard grieving.” Continue reading “ERIN CORK”

XINGYU CHEN

When the Door Opens Again

On the day I was released, everyone gave me a hug. To some extent, we did our time together, including an elder lady who recently lost her lifetime spouse, a firefighter bothered by extreme stress, a teenage girl who were haunted by nightmare of drugs, and a former gang member escorted by the Police on the same afternoon that I was admitted in the same hospital. Continue reading “XINGYU CHEN”

A Modern Day Slave

A Modern Day Slave

by Edward Walter

A mature man cannot have too much remorse without seeing his life shortened in a manner that no longer enables him to observe his kind. A human being rests sociable, the sound of exchanges between others remains a necessity in spite of the pain that any implication engenders. Suffering, chains, and ‘protocols’ are experienced as a violent slap of the soul, bruising the spirit, an injury of the awakened conscience. Continue reading “A Modern Day Slave”

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