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“Disorientation”

copyright –Janet Webb I race through the gallery, casting cursory glances at the entries, when one catches my eye. Three shopping carts in the upper field surrounded by open space and anchored by the artist’s signature in the lower right-hand … Continue reading

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“The Bride” (A Ballad)

The new bride stood beside the sea She gazed down at the sand. A virgin clad in white, she held The future in her hand. I fixed my tripod, camera, too. The image was well-planned. A wind-blown beauty facing east … Continue reading

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“No Longer An Ordinary Schoolgirl”: A Fairy Tale.

I pause in front of isolated remnants of Hurricane Sandy’s fury and remember the day Prince Harry came to town. Red-haired and handsome, he looked sad as he surveyed the barren land where homes once stood. I moved in close … Continue reading

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