Prose Journal Entry: “Generations” by Ranae Rudd

Generations by Ranae Rudd I used to run away from toilets. Not because of their unnatural gargling sounds or because of the sucking, swirling motion that came from flushing. I ran because the movie Jaws convinced me any water, no matter how shallow or clear, contained a great white shark. Pipes and porcelain were no …

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The Midnight Thoughts of a Military Wife

By Caroline Tung Richmond

SOMETIMES I LOOK AT MY HUSBAND and I think about him dying. I really don’t want to think about such a thing, but the thought crosses my mind a few times a week. I can be driving to the grocery store when I pass a tree with a big yellow ribbon tied around its trunk, and …

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