P-T-S-D

by HOWARD ADAMS

Poem


Footloose Days

by Anthony Ramirez

Poem


Morning Mist

by William Anderes

Poem


Frozen

by Marie Slider

Poem


The Doc’s Doc

by Richard Wangard

Prose


Dark Horse

by William Snead

Poem


Muhammad Ali

By Bradley Greer, Army

Writing Type: Poem

By Greer Bradley

VA Medical Facility--Detroit, MI

 

There's not a man today who can beat Clay.
Not today, maybe next week, you'd find a man
who can beat Cassius Clay.
Ali stopped Quarry in three,

Bonavena in fifteen.
Ali is steel, the king.
There had to be a test so everyone could see
Who would be victors between Frazier
and Muhammad Ali?
Frazier knocked Ali down in the fifteenth round,
and won the match.
Ali didn't accept defeat.
He won the second fight with quick speed
and a devastating right.
Only one left
who held the Heavyweight Belt,
Mr. Devastation, whom the press said
would do a thing on Ali's brain.
Ali knocked Foreman out in eight,
and it wasn't too late, as he regained his
rightful title and fame.

Notes: Sandra Rees

Crisis of Middle Age

by Norman Jones

Poem


The Total Price

by Boyd Burke

Poem


Evidence Seen and Unseen

by Deborah Cole

Poem


America’s Daughters and Sons

by Anthony Ramirez

Poem


Sergeant Dorsey

by John Boors

Prose


Hurry Up and Wait

by Carl Palmer

Poem