“Snowflakes” By Anna Clark

Snowflakes in the street lights look like Nothing Depicted on warm socks Before bed, and after showers; A flurry of ideas—often doomed— Hope to become part of something bigger, After all man was made from the earth. The ball of dirt we walk on is Nothing but a piece of celestial confetti In a party God threw …

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“The Missing Girl” By Susan Price

Marja stood in the middle of the city square, a tiny speck amongst the hustle and bustle of the vast city. It was early winter, the Christmas season, and snow blanketed the ground up to her calves, but the bitter winds didn’t touch her. She looked around, frantically calling her daughter’s name. “Ansa! Ansa!” she …

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