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Stories & Essays
'57 Chevy
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By Gary Moshimer
A Visit to India From America...
_ By Shubha Venugopal
Calista Flockhart and the MySpace Hoax
_ By Michael Frissore
Recollections and Revelations
_ By Elizabeth Harbaugh
Springtime Visits
_ By Phyllis Link
Stupendous Stew
_ By Malerie Yolen-Cohen
The Genius
_ By Ray Templeton
The Stranger Below
_ By Sam Vargo
Truant
_ By Louise Norlie
Vacation
_ By Dan Devine
Vegetarian Rage
_ By John A. Ward
What Might Pass Between Them
_ By Alexandra Leake

Poetry
A Glutton For Truth
_ By Richard Fein
A Question of Proper Form
_ By Richard Fein
Boiler Man
_ By Leland Jamieson
Horizons
_ By Davide Trame
Lioness In Miniature
_ By Grace M. Murray
Outdone
_ By Pete Lee
Real Life Elocution
_ By Richard Fein
Rewriting An Ending
_ By Rumit Pancholi
September
_ By Tim Shell
Seven Ways of Looking at a Full Moon
_ By Naiya Wright
Shalom
_ By Jeanne Hugoe-Matthews
Sideways
_ By Kristine Ong Muslim
Spirit
_ By Patrick Frank
The Empty Spaces After You
_ By Rumit Pancholi
Thesaurus
_ By Ed Higgins
Uncle Zebulon
_ By J.R. Salling

Art & Photography
Dora Calo
Robert Carter
Noah Erkes
Andrew Patsalou
Saulius
Filip Wierzbicki

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Horizons
By Davide Trame


They happen, they vibrate simply in a conversation,
now you are talking and telling me things
I've never thought about,
the wave of enthusiasm in your voice
rolls towards me, it's quiet and steady,
it's a matter of attention - I think - of following
the twinges of the glare's thread on the sea,
the ripples that beckon and linger
between the folds of our limited time
and the blue gales of all that might be,
tomorrow is someone swimming over there,
we feel stung by the smooth rhythm of his arms
and he's waving this time, not drowning,
there's no tension, no anguish in the palm of his hand,
he just wants to catch our attention, he'll reach us
when we are ready, and there'll be time,
time for the long trail of smoke after the brief candle,
time for the memory-trail of our faces in the sky,
tomorrow, the day after, the next life.

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DAVIDE TRAME is an Italian teacher of English. His poems are conceived and written in English, and since 1999 have appeared in numerous magazines. His poetry collection RE-Emerging was published last August by Gatto Publishing.

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