They Were Warriors First

by Matthew Davison

Prose


Dance Little Children

by Dennis O’Brien

Poem


Solitude by the Sea

by William Anderes

Poem


Empty

by Michelle Pond

Photograph


Medication Blues

by Lynn Norton

Poem


Stones River

by StevenMiller Miller

Prose


THE AMERICAN PASTIME: BASEBALL

By John O'Neil, Army

Writing Type: Poem

The sport of baseball has commenced;
Frantic fans have bought their seats.
The park is filled to capacity;
The players adjust their cleats.
The National Anthem is sung with gustoThousands
of fans stand in a row.
The umpire then shouts, ""Play Ball!""
To get the game to go.
Some fans have favorite players;
They carry names on cards to tell.
However, it takes nine innings
To prove the players did that well.
When the game is over,
And their team has got a win,
It's hard not to realize,
It was those fans who had the grin.

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by Ben Hawkins

Poem


Our Lonely Death

by George Nolta

Poem


My Trip to Catalina

by Jonathan Craig

Prose


Metamorphosis of the Mind

by Shon Pernice

Prose


Solitude by the Sea

by William Anderes

Poem


This Road I Am On

by David Marchant

Poem