Sergeant Mackey

by Dwight Jenkins

Poem


Somewhere a Woman Is Building an Ark

by Louise Eisenbrandt

Poem


My Trip to Catalina

by Jonathan Craig

Prose


What a Beauty

by Jack Tompkins

Sketch


Empty

by Michelle Pond

Photograph


Voices in the Sky

by Paul Nyerick

Array


OKINAWA

By Larry Kendrick, Jr., Army

Writing Type: Poem

The big iron bird has come at last
To take me from the rock,
And as the island slips from view,
I quietly watch the clock,
Remembering all the good times
Along with all the bad.
Going “Stateside” should make me happy -
So why am I so sad?
The place where I’m going
Is the place where I call home.
But home is where the heart is,
And surely mine is gone.
So farewell to Okinawa,
May your splendor never die.
I pray that someday I shall return,
If not, my heart will cry.

They Were Warriors First

by Matthew Davison

Prose


Solitude by the Sea

by William Anderes

Poem


That Look

by David Marchant

Poem


Empty

by Michelle Pond

Photograph


"Eternity "

by Russell Nelson

Painting


Possessions

by James Janssen

Prose