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 You light a cigarette. In the dark, I can see you breathing—
a walking star. PROXIMITY BY NICELLE DAVIS 
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Does it bother you I am happy? WOULD YOU BY SUSAN WHITMORE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 31
He ended with those three dreadful words: I’ll call you.

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Socks are a plague upon the house.

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HE DRIVES AS IF THIS WERE THE START OF SOMETHING BY DIGBY BEAUMONT 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 31

Tom tries to write papers these days too. He’s been working on one about Albrecht Durer for a few years now, but it seems from my perspective to be a kind of circular activity, a polite way of saying he is repeating himself, not really moving forward.

 

PAPERS BY PHYLLIS VAN SLYCK 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 31

We were never equals. Her needs always dominated.

 

THE GOOD CONSORT BY CLARA JONES
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34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 31

HILLBILLY HONK-HONK

ERIC BARNES

PROXIMITY

NICELLE DAVIS

WOULD YOU

SUSAN WHITMORE

 PAPERS

PHYLLIS VAN SLYCK

 MY FATHER, THE MUSICIAN

ALEX TORNAI

HE DRIVES AS IF THIS WERE
THE START OF SOMETHING

DIGBY BEAUMONT

THE QUIET MAN

IBRAHIM KURTULUS

COFFEE DATE

BRANDY MONTILIONE

THE GOOD CONSORT

CLARA JONES

THE FINGER

RICHARD FERRIE

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