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I wish this time

would never go away.

THE GIRL WITH NO NAME BY LAWRENCE F FARRAR 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 17



She picked up a fallen flower and cupped it in her hands. “Life is so sad,” she said. “Nothing lasts.”

An epic ballad of weariness of the road. 


“Pulled into Nazareth, feeling about half past dead/ Just lookin for a place where I can lay my head”—this song, The Weight, by Robbie Robertson as performed by the Band, is an epic ballad of weariness of the road. The road—the long winding road—has been a source of inspiration for many great folk singers, country balladeers, and classic and southern rock troubadours in American music. 

PULLED INTO NAZARETH BY WILLIAM BLICK 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 17

We’ll never get out of here.

LOST AND FOUND BY ARMEL DAGORN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 17 


The fear couldn’t be ignored or denied any more but all the same not much was said. What could they say? They were lost on trails hardly anyone walked on. 

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34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 17

DEAD ZONE BY CAROLINE DE LACVIVIER, IMAGINARY CITY BY ROBERT BOUCHERON, I HATE YOU BY BRONWYN DUKE, PULLED INTO NAZARETH BY WILLIAM BLICK, SICK BY AMBER CIMORELLI, THE GIRL WITH NO NAME BY LAWRENCE F FARRAR, A FIRE OF MEMORIES BY AURORA LÓPEZ CANCINO, WHAT’S HE SAYING? BY STEPHEN MANNION, LOST AND FOUND BY ARMEL DAGORN, TWISTER’S STEW BY EDWARD ALEXANDER.

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