You Were Our “Doc”

by Michael Kuklenski

Poem


Death's Door Knocking

by Lawrence Rahn

Poem


The Power of Color

by James Camera

Prose


Dark Horse

by William Snead

Poem


Passage of Solitude

by James Camera

Array


In Memory of

by Tanya Whitney

Poem


GOOD-BYE FOREVER TO MISS COCAINE

By Thaerius Berry, Army

Writing Type: Poem

This letter is to say good-bye. I've made up my mind
that I don't need you in my life any more.
Things I see in stores that I want to buy
and places I want to go, I can't,
because you take all of my money.
I'm tired of being broke and wearing dirty clothes
because I can't afford to wash them,
and going hungry because I can't buy food.
I've been introduced to a Higher Power
that gives me hope, joy, inspiration
and teaches me how to be honest with myself.
I will not miss you, Miss Cocaine,
because I've also found something
to keep me busy to fill that void.
With me working with my Higher Power,
I will never need you in my life ever again.
Good-bye forever ... I'm in recovery.

Notes: Sharon Stine

Cross on Calvary

by Lawrence Rahn

Painting


Who Am I?

by Deborah Cole

Array


Morning Mist

by William Anderes

Poem


Mother Russia

by Scott Sjostrand

Poem


My Vietnam Story

by Albert Hernandez

Prose


Squirrel

by Lynn Norton

Poem