Sergeant Mackey

by Dwight Jenkins

Poem


The Gates of Nothingness

by Ben Hawkins

Poem


Our Lonely Death

by George Nolta

Poem


Somewhere a Woman Is Building an Ark

by Louise Eisenbrandt

Poem


My Trip to Catalina

by Jonathan Craig

Prose


Solitude by the Sea

by William Anderes

Poem


THE ARIZONA

By Harold Holland, Army

Writing Type: Poem

We are the Arizona lying here in the deep,
never to rise again, we are all fast asleep.
We shall never again see our family and friends,
for life as we did know it has come to an end.
We used to watch the sun dip deep into the sea,
thinking of the good times we had, just you and me.
We want you, who have survived us, to always remember,
all those who lie in the deep because of seven Dece1nber.
We are among the many shipmates who died, and fast asleep,
forget us not, lying here in the deep, and in your prayers, do us keep.

Combat Nursing

by Louise Eisenbrandt

Prose


A Knock on the Door

by Diane Wasden

Prose


Empty

by Michelle Pond

Photograph


Voices in the Sky

by Paul Nyerick

Array


Retail Blues

by Lynn Norton

Poem


"Eternity "

by Russell Nelson

Painting