One More Night (poem)

One More Night   It’s white wine tonight just as much as you had the same glass (or three) the night we met.   It could’ve been mutiny the way we felt for each other sitting by the bar watching beauty grind each other on the dance floor.   But I didn’t care, didn’t expect …

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A Favorite Poem (Issue #38)

Greetings! This month's "A Favorite Poem" issue is none other from Peruvian-born poet Orlando Ricardo Menes, whose life is heavily-influenced by his Latino roots (from his Cuban parents and childhood in Spain). Titled "El Rastro," Menes' poem details his experiences growing up in Spain with its wild, hedonistic night life for the young adults (and …

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Lost and Found– Part 11 (prose)

...following the aftermath of their kiss... “So…” Hannah started as they were chopping up herbs. They were in the kitchen preparing a gratin to be served as the main dish. “So…” Lydia put down her knife, slightly annoyed at her cousin’s teasing. “What is it, Hannah?” she demanded irritably. “So… Jasmine, I see,” she grinned …

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Lost and Found– Part 10 (short story)

Whether it’d been a couple of minutes or longer, Jasmine broke the kiss, and Lydia snapped back to reality. They breathed heavily, now realizing what they’d just done. “That was…,” Lydia started. “…wonderful,” Jasmine finished. They looked at each other and laughed sheepishly. Lydia smiled, as she leaned back against the other side of the …

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