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You need darkness to see yourself.

DUST DAY BY AIDA KARANXHA BODE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 55

The window was open and the wind was blowing the white lace curtains. I noticed my reflection on the glass of the dresser in the dark corner in her room, making me think that you do need darkness to see yourself.

Where do they go when it is all over.

TWILO BY DONNA DALLAS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 55

I didn’t want to be afraid of who I was.

SHAME WAS ON THE OTHER SIDE BY SARAH BROKAMP 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 55


34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 55

SHAME WAS ON THE OTHER SIDE BY SARAH BROKAMP, DUST DAY BY AIDA KARANXHA BODE, TWILO BY DONNA DALLAS, 1978 IN THREE-WAY TIE BY MARK GOZONSKY, ALL THE WAYS WERE DARKENED BY CLARK MERREFIELD, ON THE ROAD BY NANCY LIND, ATLANTIC CITY LOVE STORY BY DOMINIC ROSEGARDEN.

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