P-T-S-D

by HOWARD ADAMS

Poem


Sergeant Dorsey

by John Boors

Prose


The Doc’s Doc

by Richard Wangard

Prose


Broken Life, the Restoration

by Scott Sjostrand

Prose


Hurry Up and Wait

by Carl Palmer

Poem


Another Wannabe

by Katherine Iwatiw

Poem


Road to Nowhere

By Tanya Whitney, Army

Writing Type: Poem

By Tanya R. Whitney

VA Medical Center--New Orleans, LA


Raindrops settle on the windshield

Obscured by the flow of wipers.

A hazy mist hangs in the air

Over this lone stretch of highway.

 

A road seemingly to nowhere,

Never a car or house in sight.

Through a maze of valleys and hills,

It meanders along its path.

 

Once a lifeline to the small towns

Nestled between its bends and turns.

It is now a forgotten path

Amongst today’s modern highways.

 

Roadside parks where drivers once stopped

Are overgrown and unpleasant.

Once a haven for the weary,

They stand forlorn and forgotten.

 

A tranquil beauty still exists

Driving on this road to nowhere.

One can travel at their own speed

Unbound by the needs of others.

 

There is no need for urgency

On this passage to redemption.

This is a path of reflection.

A road that always leads us home.



P-T-S-D

by HOWARD ADAMS

Poem


Who Am I?

by Deborah Cole

Array


1692 Salem

by Larry Connelly

Poem


Footloose Days

by Anthony Ramirez

Poem


Sergeant Dorsey

by John Boors

Prose


Keep a Grip

by James Janssen

Prose