Archives for April 2010

I Am From

This entry is part 6 of 10 in the series Issue VIII: Spring 2011

by Deeanna L. Seabrooks I’m from dark and white chocolates I’m from happy and sad faces I’m from small and large places I’m from the North and the South Sometimes I have a large mouth I’m from pork and the beef I’m from the Germans and the Indians I’m from large and great homes I’m […]

Homage to My Heart

This entry is part 5 of 10 in the series Issue VIII: Spring 2011

by Milagros Rivera My heart is a warm heart. It is so gentle to people. If someone were to be cold it could warm them up. My heart was broken and put back together many times. No matter how many times it’s been broken it always cam back better, stronger and warmer than before. My […]

The Voice of the New Year’s Eve

This entry is part 4 of 10 in the series Issue VIII: Spring 2011

by Yasuko Nagasawa Can you see time? Time? Time is always chasing me, so I can feel time. Can you hear time? Yes, my small as a toy clock which I bought 99 cent makes sounds tic, tic, tic, tic—. It makes cheap, dull sounds. Can you touch time? Yes, the wind blows on my […]

Looking Out at the Deep Blue Sky

This entry is part 3 of 10 in the series Issue VIII: Spring 2011

by Carol Dasher Looking out at the deep blue sky, the touch of the warmth of the sun, and how the water meets the sand, as our shadows trail beyond. The night has come as the children play.

I Eat

This entry is part 2 of 10 in the series Issue VIII: Spring 2011

by Allyson Chica, age 11 I eat like a cookie monster I eat like a mosquito I eat like a snake I eat like a hamster Because mosquitoes eat a variety of things Because I digest slowly Because I nibble cheese Because I eat messy and love cookies