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Stevieslaw: After Tet

My poem appears in the new issue of Misfit Magazine (misfit magazine.net. After Tet Rick got the glasses in Tokyo, on R&R and the shrapnel in Khe Sanh. He said they turned sunlight to a kaleidoscope of color and after … Continue reading

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Stevieslaw: Vietnam, 1968

When my brother held me upside down all the little lucky things came pebbling out of my pockets to land on the walk outside the marble yard on Hopkins Avenue. I knew I’d never get them together again. it was … Continue reading

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