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Great Lake Review - Fall 2014

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Editor in Chief Ethan Gormley, Managing Editor Yadira Junco, Art Manager Melissa Gottlieb, Art Editor Bailey Halligan, Head Editor of Drama Liz Collins, Drama Editors Cathrine Adamo Nicholas Altaro Lauren Macblane Kristy Mills, Head Editor of Nonfiction Lindsey Moses, Nonfiction Editor Tamara Scretching, Faculty Advisor Laura Donnelly, Treasurer Nicholas Altaro, Head Editor of Fiction Danielle Minnick, Fiction Editors Emily Klingbeil Kirstin Swartz Matthew Tebaldi Kaela Towne Brendan Tymon, Head Editor of Poetry Julian Daley, Poetry Editors Christina Bandru Jacqueline Blocker-Marshall Ryann Crofoot Anthony Gornic ( , )
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Art June After the Storm by David Owens............................Cover Self Portrait #4 by Kristy Hoover........................................17 Heaven’s Gate by Kristen Burke.........................................25 September Dusk by David Owens......................................34 Abandoned by Hannah Joy................................................37 World of Snaps by Christopher Gomez.............................42 Excerpt from A Dream of U’Kelhigo by Alfred McEvoy......50 21 by Morann Smith............................................................62 June After the Storm by David Owens..................................69 Arabian Adirondack by Hannah Joy...................................81 Coming or Going by Mollie Clark........................................87 Ocean City by Hannah Joy.................................................95 End of the World by Hannah Joy......................................101 Drama A.R.I.A. by Susan Velazquez..............................................18 Waltz of the Opium Poppy by Aaron Golish.......................53 Maria’s by Jordan Dedrick..................................................85 Sex Ed. with Candy and Mary by Katelyn Bauersachs.....96 Fiction Shale by Cassidy Carroll......................................................6 Nine by Imani Gary.............................................................26 Fabulous Faye and His Fantastic Finale by MK Cornfield..................................................................38 Obsolete by Luke Parsnow.................................................39 Minotaur by Andrew Kowal.................................................43 Hairy by Mollie Clark...........................................................44 4 Table for One by MK Cornfield...........................................60 Breakfast by Stephanie Caucci..........................................72 Here, We Sit Aside by Jordan Bianchi...............................74 District Attorney of Secrets by Seamus Lyman..................78 What Happens After by Angela Anthony............................82 Inexcusable by Angela Anthony.........................................90 Ghosts by Andrew Kowal...................................................91 20/20 by Angela Anthony...................................................94 Two Weeks Before She Found Out She Had Cancer by Angela Anthony.............................................................95 Baby’s First Curse Out by Angela Anthony......................101 Nonfiction Boxer the Horse by Ariana Zink.........................................10 Inertia by Dylan LaBadi.......................................................27 Perfect Vagabonds by Kevin Son.......................................63 Poetry 2004 by Mareena Razik........................................................8 Skeletons Trying to Warm Themselves by Linne Ebbrecht..............................................................24 Two Dogs Hounding One Another by John Britzzalaro.....33 Summer in the Southern by Kaitlyn E. Murphy..................35 One Day the Earth Took Me by Kathleen Hardiman..........36 Social Media by Abigail Allen.............................................41 WMBDSM by Andrew Kowal..............................................59 Sinking by Mareena Razik...................................................70 Tequila by Sarah Fessler....................................................73 Eggs by Kaitlyn E. Murphy.................................................76 When Life Gives You Lemon by Rebecca Rowback..........80 Listen, Please by Jennifer Moss........................................84 Sullen Moon by Mareena Razik..........................................88 Have you ever felt by Anthony Panzetta............................93 Shift the Rails by John Britzzalaro...................................102
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Great Lake Review Were Nice People Fall 2014

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1 The Great Lake Review SUNY Oswegos Literary Magazine Fall 2014 The Great Lake Review is open to submissions throughout the year. glr@oswego.edu Like us on Facebook: /pages/Great-Lake-Review @greatlakereview on Twitter @greatlakereview on Instagram greatlakereview.wordpress.com greatlakereview.tumblr.com

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2 The Great Lake Review SUNY Oswegos Literary Magazine Fall 2014 Editor in Chief Ethan Gormley Managing Editor Art Manager Melissa Gottlieb Art Editor Bailey Halligan Head Editor of Drama Liz Collins Drama Editors Cathrine Adamo Kristy Mills Lindsey Moses Laura Donnelly Emily Klingbeil Matthew Tebaldi Kaela Towne Brendan Tymon Head Editor of Poetry Julian Daley Poetry Editors Christina Bandru Laura Donnelly Creative Writing Department

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3 The Great Lake Review SUNY Oswegos Literary Magazine Fall 2014 Art June After the Storm by David Owens ............................Cover Self Portrait #4 by Kristy Hoover ........................................17 Heavens Gate by .........................................25 September Dusk by David Owens ......................................34 Abandoned by Hannah Joy ................................................37 World of Snaps by Christopher Gomez .............................42 Excerpt from A Dream of UKelhigo by ......50 21 by Morann Smith ............................................................62 June After the Storm by David Owens ..................................69 Arabian Adirondack by Hannah Joy ...................................81 Coming or Going by Mollie Clark ........................................87 Ocean City by Hannah Joy .................................................95 End of the World by Hannah Joy ......................................101 Drama A.R.I.A. by ..............................................18 Waltz of the Opium Poppy by Aaron Golish .......................53 Marias by ..................................................85 Sex Ed. with Candy and Mary by .....96 Shale by Cassidy Carroll ......................................................6 Nine by Imani Gary .............................................................26 Fabulous Faye and His Fantastic Finale by ..................................................................38 Obsolete by .................................................39 Minotaur by Andrew Kowal .................................................43 Hairy by Mollie Clark ...........................................................44

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4 Table for One by ...........................................60 Breakfast by ..........................................72 Here, We Sit Aside by ...............................74 District Attorney of Secrets by ..................78 What Happens After by Angela Anthony ............................82 Inexcusable by Angela Anthony .........................................90 Ghosts by Andrew Kowal ...................................................91 20/20 by Angela Anthony ...................................................94 Two Weeks Before She Found Out She Had Cancer by Angela Anthony .............................................................95 Babys First Curse Out by Angela Anthony ......................101 Boxer the Horse by Ariana Zink .........................................10 Inertia by Dylan LaBadi .......................................................27 Perfect Vagabonds by Kevin Son .......................................63 Poetry 2004 by Mareena Razik ........................................................8 Skeletons Trying to Warm Themselves by ..............................................................24 Two Dogs Hounding One Another by John Britzzalaro .....33 Summer in the Southern by ..................35 One Day the Earth Took Me by Kathleen Hardiman ..........36 Social Media by Abigail Allen .............................................41 WMBDSM by Andrew Kowal ..............................................59 Sinking by Mareena Razik ...................................................70 Tequila by Sarah Fessler ....................................................73 Eggs by .................................................76 When Life Gives You Lemon by ..........80 Listen, Please by Jennifer Moss ........................................84 Sullen Moon by Mareena Razik ..........................................88 Have you ever felt by Anthony Panzetta ............................93 Shift the Rails by John Britzzalaro ...................................102

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5 The Great Lake Review

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6 Shale Cassidy Carroll Do you want me to do something? she asked. Nora nodded. water.

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7 Jim dropped the pole in the water and stood straight up in that? he asked.

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8 2004 Mareena Razik Hambantota, Sri Lanka not in our house. the waves small town. a rushing wall with

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9 as it pulled them under? as it drowned them

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10 Boxer the Horse Ariana Zink I. Devin and I were more engrossed in the muted television

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11 Who does that look like? II.

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12 with an IV stabbed in his arm and a monitor beeping almost insult. My brother Dylan had been at a sleepover and missed III.

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13 with his newspaper post. In the early mornings on the was not one to be envied. Low pay partnered with trivial

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14 work again. to be him. IV. tongue. outside. lawn.

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15 whirling around. hot. his snarl and words were enough. Angry Dad is what we The house was still ominous. All who were hidden V. alone on his way to work. He slept alone. And in a house

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16 swallow. slipped away. what do they even mean? That someone out in the world

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17 Self Portrait #4 Kristy Hoover

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18 A.R.I.A. INT. TEST ROOM A stark, white test room. ARIA, an emotionless android stares straight ahead. The DOCTOR stands in front of her with a clipboard in hand. He jots notes as she speaks. DOCTOR Are you ready to begin? ARIA DOCTOR basics. Tell me your name. ARIA My name? I do not recognize that command? DOCTOR Oh, sorry. State your model name and number. ARIA Responsible and Intelligent Android. I am model 6.6, the latest ARIA technology. My easier. My ISBN is 2 4 8 8 1 1 K 0 8 7 7 7 7--

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19 DOCTOR (interrupting) Alright, thats enough. Well, youre fully charged so lets just begin. He goes to the projector and turns it on. of artworks: The Thinker, Starry Night, Night Hawks, and a Jackson Pollock. ARIA is emotionless as she watches. After the images the lights back on. DOCTOR Alright, ARIA. What can you tell me about these pictures I just showed you? ARIA thinks for a moment. ARIA (monotone) Image 1: The Thinker by Auguste Rodin. Image 2: Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh. Image 3-DOCTOR Okay, thank you, ARIA. But how do those pictures make you feel? ARIA Feel? DOCTOR What did you think of them? Did you like them? ARIA thinks for a moment. ARIA Im sorry, I do not understand this command. list of-DOCTOR ARIA, do any of these pictures mean anything

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20 to you? ARIA What do you mean, Doctor? DOCTOR Did any one make you feel happy or sad? Or angry? ARIA instruction booklet for a list of-DOCTOR DOCTOR makes a few notes in his clipboard. He lights once more. This time, he shows another Turners rebellion, a news photo from the Arab Spring, a painting showing the storming of the Bastille. DOCTOR (softly) What can you tell me about these, ARIA? ARIA thinks. She looks at the DOCTOR. ARIA Arab Spring. Image 4: The Storming of the Bastille-DOCTOR (annoyed) --Okay, okay. And what do you think of these images? sheets of paper and some pens.

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21 DOCTOR (gently) Okay, ARIA. Now draw me something, anything you like. Oh, and if you wanted to draw one of the pictures you saw today, that would be alright. ARIA You want me to draw you something? DOCTOR Yes! ARIA What would you like me to draw you? DOCTOR ARIA I do not understand-DOCTOR Goddammit, just draw me something! Youre supposed to be the most intelligent android on the market and you cant follow this simple command. JUST. DRAW. He scribbles quickly on the paper and throws it harshly at ARIA. She stares ahead emotionlessly. Then she picks up the pen and slowly copies his squiggles. DOCTOR ARIA. INT. HALLWAY. A SECOND DOCTOR is waiting outside the hall when DOCTOR exits the room.

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22 SECOND DOCTOR Well? DOCTOR Not a single original thought in its head. SECOND DOCTOR So Saratoga was just-DOCTOR the lawyers want to call it. SECOND DOCTOR And she showed no reaction to the second set of images? DOCTOR None. It just thought I wanted to know where squiggle until I showed her how. SECOND DOCTOR But then how could that ARIA in Saratoga kill-DOCTOR accident. Maybe it was just a malfunction. SECOND DOCTOR And youre sure? We cant release the new line if theres a possibility that theyll-DOCTOR ARIAs dont defy programming and none of them are programmed to do anything thats not in theyre still the most reliable androids on INT. CLASSROOM

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23 ARIA is doodling on the paper. SECOND DOCTOR (V.O.) DOCTOR (V.O.) drawing of her killing the DOCTOR. She folds it up and looks around before she secretly places it in her pocket.

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24 Skeletons Trying to Warm Themselves their bones. grave There will be the days when you may not be bettering strange hope.

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25 Heavens Gate

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26 Nine Imani Gary Jamie moved into 201 Riggs Hall two weeks ago. Her room insanity. Have you seen the girl in 201? Jamie? I asked.

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27 Inertia Dylan LaBadia

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28 had been given to me as a present when my grandmother him.

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29 both looked out the window to point and laugh at the other daughter.

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30 the air. Twisted steel pressed into the passenger seat. I observed

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31 by the husband grabbing my shoulders to tear me away. Our eyes. I put my hands on my head as the husband had done wanted me. the power lines and tall grass to make sure Brendan was

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32 pull up behind him.

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33 Two Dogs Hounding One Another John Britzzalaro

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34 September Dusk David Owens

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35 Summer in the Southern I miss those days so warm that even laying in bed atop the wavy blue sheet salty perspiration to turn my sternum into a lake and paste my uneven bangs onto mindlessly as houses pass with time

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36 One Day the Earth Took Me Kathleen Hardiman One day the earth took me. day. But I stayed sprawled on the ground. Everything silent I heard nothing. my breathing slowed. heavy water go in and out. to stop. Everything is slowed. I let it all go. spring. like it took me.

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37 Abandoned Hannah Joy

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38 Fabulous Faye and his Fantastic Finale together. Well, Im not seventeen any more. Arlo straightened when he looked again at his shadow. The hypnotized a dog to believe it was an alligator.

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39 Obsolete door. behind him. Amos spun around to see Brett walking toward him. walked inside. Julie smiled when she saw who walked in the door. everyone.

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40 hands to try to soothe the arthritis and worked. *** like Amos anymore. Working.

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41 Social Media Abigail Allen I walk past the open doors where I women and men who slam books and rot. down down down into the pits

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42 World of Snaps Christopher Gomez

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43 Minotaur Andrew Kowal It was part bull and all man. ran around Crete goring and eating people. maidens and seven boys. holding a sword.

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44 Hairy Mollie Clark they had been brooding and planning and plotting and building up to the moment when I would let my guard down and they When my legs were silky smooth I would rub them mirror without my shirt on and seeing the hair underneath my hairy. And hairy they got. knew I had made a mistake.

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45 they did treat me a lot better than JCPenny and those other When we got to the studio I was privileged enough to I was really starting to wonder where my stylist was Vogue an artist that made me either want to laugh or to hit her.

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46 paid. about it on the phone. I shrugged and he wrote rapidly in his notebook. paper and ink. Liz is okay, youre

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47 so sweet to check up on her, honey. Im sure shell be back to school soon. someone tell that bitch Jennifer that shes not invited and do you think his older cousin would buy us alcohol ? would totally love to hang out and suggested that we go to the bags and towels. spreading out my arms and legs and letting my pores breath.

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48 Jess was sweet. I would have loved to go to the Outer THE 14 TH that Ally and I had gone hiking. On our way up the mountain *** My mom must have been more shaken up by the

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49 *** Trade you these razors for some bug spray and sunscreen?

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50 A Dream of Ukelhigo

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53 Waltz of the Opium Poppy Aaron Golish EXT. BUILDING ROOF TOP DAY JUNKIE (28) with greasy hair and a black cigarette. He exhales smoke from his nostrils then blows a smoke ring that quickly fades into the wind. He has a somber look on his face. He throws away the cigarette butt and walks towards the edge. CUT TO: EXT. ADJACENT BUILDING ROOF TOP DAY The Junkie approaches the ledge of the building from across the street. We hear CUT TO: EXT. BUILDING ROOF TOP DAY on his arms. He reaches in his pocket and takes out a bag, a metal spoon with electrical tape wrapped around the handle and a lighter. He carefully pours some of the white powder into the spoon before heating it up with the lighter. He ties a band around his arm and uses a syringe to suck up the brown liquid. Once he

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54 his mouth. JUNKIES POV We see his outstretched arm. Scars line his wrist. He plunges the syringe into his inner elbow and pushes the plunger all the way in. EXT. BUILDING ROOF TOP DAY The Junkie drops the empty syringe and releases the band. He stumbles. We hear a racing heartbeat that drowns out the other noises. It stops when he lets out a big breath. begins to play. The camera zooms out as a giant pair of wings erupts from his back. The Junkie leans The camera follows. EXT. BUILDING SIDE DAY The Junkie smiles slightly while he falls. The wind whips through his hair. CUT TO: INT. HOSPITAL ROOM DAY A MOTHER holds her newborn. CUT TO:

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55 INT. HOUSE LIVING ROOM NIGHT room door, beer bottle in hand. It looks like he is shouting. He smashes the bottle on the ground and hits the MOTHER. A BOY (4) watches, cowering from the kitchen doorway. CUT TO: EXT. BASEBALL FIELD DUGOUT DUSK The Boy (now 12) is alone with his COACH. The Coach rubs the Boy on the arm. The Boy looks As the camera pans out the Boy is seen is the outside of the dugout as the two are no longer in the frame. CUT TO: INT. HIGH SCHOOL HALLWAY DAY A typical goth TEENAGER (16) with black a paper sign that reads FAG that has been stuck up. As he grabs it, you can see the scars on his arm. He turns a scolding look at some nearby students that laugh at him. CUT TO: EXT. HIGH SCHOOL DUSK As he walks, the Teenager catches a surprise screen. The camera zooms out to the Teenager being beaten by some JOCKS.

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56 CUT TO: EXT. ALLEYWAY NIGHT We see the bruised and bloodied Teenager walking. He is interrupted by a DRUG DEALER with his face obscured by a hood. The Teenager buys some drugs before a quick transition to a public restroom. INT. PUBLIC RESTROOM NIGHT The Teenager is seen taking the drugs. MONTAGE The Teenager smokes marijuana with others at the back of an outdoor RocknRoll concert. The Teenager steals Vicodin from his Mothers medicine cabinet. The Teenager takes a hit of ecstacy at a amidst a crowd of people at a laser light show. The Teenager snorts a rail of cocaine in a dirty handicapped stall. He lays back and relaxes as his nose begins to bleed. The Teenager locks his bedroom door and takes to apply a few drops to his tongue. His pupils dilate as he stares at a poster on his ceiling. END MONTAGE

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57 INT. ROOM DAY time. CUT TO: EXT. CITY STREET DAY The sickly looking Teenager (now turned squad car. CUT TO: INT. PRISON NIGHT The Junkie is locked up behind bars in a bright orange jumpsuit. CUT TO: INT. TATTOO PARLOR NIGHT The Junkie gets a tattoo on his left arm. The Man is surprisingly stone faced, no signs of pain. CUT TO: EXT. BUILDING SIDE DAY There is a sickening crunch and splatter as the Junkie lands on a car. EXT. CITY STREET DAY

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58 Junkies former Coach. Blood pools on the ground near the body. The camera zooms in on the forming blood pool as a single, white pigeon feather lands in it. The music reaches the end. FADE TO BLACK.

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59 WMBDSM Andrew Kowal stiletto heel Mommy make me better tight on my throat and all I see is blood enemas plug my ass now tighten my tie

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60 Table for One Carl her drink order. That was twenty minutes ago. I brought her a the time on her phone to drink it. Or maybe she liked red Evan Anna

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61 number.

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62 21 Morgann Smith

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63 Perfect Vagabonds Kevin Son I may very well please. idea that I had done anything wrong and turned the volume up on my phone. The lonely stoner seems to free his mind at night / Hes all alone through the day and night / The lonely loner seems to free his mind at night (at, at, at night).

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64 Have you ever been to heaven at night / Closing your bright beam of light / Clutching your soul to the toll like the bright making me drowsy.

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65 This was my And none of yall really cared about me / Now guess what, Im all you see, Im all you see / This will be my world / I told you so it was apparently loud enough to wake the resting guest disgruntled vagabond. my body at an alarming rate. This is where I die, this is where I die, this is where I die

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66 beneath his eyes that had been given birth to by a harsh and planned to propose to her with a lighter that meant the sharing a smoke with this sullen kid on a putrid green rusting that he was in the state he was. We never really stop and

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67 into the world with a skip in his step. Those individuals have have to give up our sheer morality and all that we hold dear. must be why mental patients are always so immersed in their does it mean to be happy? distinguish whether he was still moving away or simply my headphones and whispered along to the song that was Im on the pursuit of happiness and I know / once I get it, yeah / Ill be good.

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68 goodbye this time.

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69 June After the Storm David Owens

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70 Sinking Mareena Razik Be patient and tough; someday this pain will be useful to you. struggling my breath. slowly running like rivers and steady streams into the too big sea. what are you? Buoyed.

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71 taking me making me somebody I never thought I would be. dumb. They say someday someday is a lot like maybe and maybe is a great perhaps I hope someday someday someday someday

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72 Breakfast shadow disappeared. beneath us own these waters. We are merely visitors that are allowed to enter their domain.

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73 Tequila Sarah Fessler gives her nightmares. your throat.

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74 Here, We Sit Aside stronger than his lungs.

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75 Vittoria to the salty meat when she was young and upset. duvet. Assisted as toast. The bread is still mostly white. Just a small amount bloodshot and tired. They never linger. all?

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76 Eggs I want to laugh with you. wobbling on its shaky white legs. in a hundred and thirty year old house

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77 red. waiting.

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78 District Attorney of Secrets days until she was dead. desk. My phone rings. Hello?

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80 When Life Gives You Lemon The man in the business suit Not yet.

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81 Arabian Adirondack Hannah Joy

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82 What Happens After Angela Anthony INK LIAR mind. her. I never got to see him. Mom saw him in the bathtub and

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83 KICK while I measured blood spatter patterns. When we put the as she sobs and shakes him to wake up.

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84 Listen, Please Jennifer Moss I wonder what she would say to me now?

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85 Marias (JACKSON sits at a table in a fancy restaurant, he is agitated. Melony sips from a glass of wine occasionally.) JACKSON Why are you always late? Dont you know how to be somewhere at 5:30, dont you think that they would be there at 5:30? I mean, pretty quiet. MELONY I dont particularly care for Cabernet. I dont think that its anything special. I just think that people think they sound fancy when they order it. JACKSON Dont people understand the importance of punctuality anymore? If I came to my job MELONY I think I like white wine better. JACKSON I cant order anything until the rest of the

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86 standing looking like some idiot with friends who cant be bothered to show up on time. MELONY (MELONY stands from the table and exits Stage Right. DARLA enters from Stage Left and takes Melonys seat.) DARLA Cabernet. Thank you, honey. (LIGHTS OUT.)

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87 Coming or Going Mollie Clark

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88 Sullen Moon Mareena Razik moon lowly hanging horizon sunk sullenly in the sea. the gulls swim sweet sounding. their white wings are washed within the waves where heaven and earth original stasis. where were we

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89 how does one manage to support the other? sitting by a lake. it may be late the purple beauty beauty it would seem is not all about the light.

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90 Inexcusable Angela Anthony We stare in the mirror at my stupid dress. Mom smiles and take a big breath. The roar rings in my ears and the bubbling moves up my body.

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91 Ghosts Andrew Kowal phone. at the burial so long. I was tired all through and rubbed my eyes. *** ask.

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92 *** his book? swore his hand was tinged blue. Really? Awesome. Are you still reading that? I need it now. I handed it to him. Then he opened to page 354 and disappeared entirely.

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93 Have you ever felt Anthony Panzetta Throat Blood bursting at the seams. But many.

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94 20/20 Angela Anthony the world through the lenses and not. together and saw a world that was bearable to live in. under her shoe.

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95 Two Weeks Before She Found Out She Had Cancer Angela Anthony Ocean City Hannah Joy

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96 Sex Ed. with Candy and Mary INT. BEDROOM-DAY sister, MARY(19), a religious, youth group leader. Mary is wearing a white turtle neck, Candy is wearing a skimpy sequin dress. They are setting up Marys computer for their class. CANDY Aright babe, you ready to inform your classmates of all the dirty, we call sex? Mary is blushing and looks annoyed. MARY Candy we arent making a porn, were educating the youth of all the risks that come with sex. CANDY Oh Mary, youre such a baby. Lets appointment at eight. Mary Laughs to herself and rolls her eyes. MARY An appointment, ha! You mean you

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97 sex? CANDY Im sorry how else do you expect when mom and dad died, their will stated I was to take care of you. It didnt state how I was to MARY go. Mary pushes the record button on her computer and sits behind a desk with Candy that has an assortment of sexual items on it. MARY (CONTD) Hi, Im Mary and this is Candy, today we will be informing you on the risks and dangers of sex as well as proper ways to practice safe sex. Before beginning I would just like to say the safest sex is no sex. CANDY Or the safest sex is on a stable surface.. Mary shoots Candy a dirty look. CANDY (CONTD) What? It is! This one time me and a cli... I mean my boyfriend were doing it on the trampoline and things got a little out of hand, pile of mud! neck and thinks of something else to say.

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98 MARY practice safe sex. CANDY Ha, the Lord? Ya the Lord totally was like hey Im totally going to dont think it was the Lord Mary MARY our best interests in mind, besides you, I dont know what he was thinking when he said and let choose to, the Lord has some other options for you. CANDY wonder youre so bitter all the time. Girl you need to get laid, and soon. Mary is now furious with her sister, she is refraining from blowing up on camera. MARY No Candy I dont. And dont use great responsibility. As I was make the smart decisions the Lord would like to guide you to. Like using condoms, which can be

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99 store which will protect you from both pregnancy and STDs. CANDY Whats next, did the Lord create birth control in his pharmaceutical cloud way up in the sky? MARY Good point, Candy. As well as condoms, birth control is highly pregnancy,the Lord and I highly recommend it. CANDY the religious shit out! Candy. MARY thinks the ocean is salty because is for closet space and not cooking, or maybe because my CANDY Oooooooooooooooo, you said a bad church. MARY Im not worried about the Lord

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100 like a horny chihuahua isnt exactly a respectable profession. Candy is looking at the computer in shock. MARY (CONTD) Whats wrong? CANDY Ummm did you mean to submit our MARY What no! CANDY Well, its somehow on here, and we commented saying he wished the Sex Ed class he took in high school was more like ours. MARY

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101 Babys First Curse Out Angela Anthony End of the World Hannah Joy

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102 Shift the Rails John Britzzalaro these same eyes read into your story so many times that the bindings