Aviation Dreams by Carl Scharwath

  Carl Scharwath, has appeared globally with 100+ magazines selecting his poetry, short stories, essays or art photography. He won the National Poetry Contest award for Writers One Flight Up. His first poetry book is ‘Journey To Become Forgotten’ (Kind of a Hurricane Press). Carl is a dedicated runner and 2nd degree black- belt.

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Edwin by John Langenfeld

Edwin clenched a clutch of mulberries, squeezed their skin to mush, pressed his hand to the wall. Limned schematics of elk, antelope, deer. Light beyond the cave bathed thickets of oak in puddles of glimmer. He chipped flint to an axe, hewed a canopied spruce, bore into its hull. Sailed his skiff across shark-glutted seas […]

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D-Town Rises Again by KG Newman

For all the blight in the city and blasphemies in the stands — cheerleaders, five-dollar bottles of water, virtual scoreboard races, the wave, overage fans with gloves — purity still reigned: Kids keeping book. Sun roasting the seats. A game that takes as long as it takes. And, just beyond the gates, a homeless man […]

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Stun Grenade by Gabe Kahan

Men all across the subway platform assume the same poise, the same childhood. All those fancy jackets turn to smoke and I feel like a father, like a lonely little boy. My shoes are dirty, my tie is sitting in a closet halfway across the country, and I’m a bit confused about what time it is. I’m interested […]

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