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World Series Game #7

World Series Game #7

A Poem by The Twin Arenas


folklore justice
Who should I thank?

Who should I thank?

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


You may feel about the planet whatyou feel about a great baseball team or band:that once there was a moment when, unknownto us at the time, we convene..
Immigration

Immigration

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


I like immigrants, immigration. Legal immigration, Janepassionately corrects. Actually my goal is a borderless world.That's a new idea to her.Gatherin..
This Summer, As Ever

This Summer, As Ever

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


This summer, as ever, there's much to do.But only one or two things I want to do.I told Alan that, like him, I'm never bored.But today, like a teenage..
Fetish (Ch.5)

Fetish (Ch.5)

A Chapter by Justin Xavier Smith


We learn a little more about Donald's bizarre sexual preferences and an insane one night stand that leads to his beliefs on race relations in America.
The Rookie

The Rookie

A Story by Sarah


It's the bottom of the 9th, two outs and the bases are loaded. Up to bat is rookie Carter Johnson; he hasn't done much for the Washington Stingrays th..
Welcome to the Real World

Welcome to the Real World

A Poem by Travis Mitchell


The bat that hits the ball Sounds like a thunderous shred in the fabric of time and space You watch the ball zero I'm towards the land at yo..
The Fevered Pitch

The Fevered Pitch

A Story by MelissaAndres


Short story about a little boy who has to miss the 1961 World Series and what happens to him instead.
Baseball, Apple Pie, and 'Doh!'

Baseball, Apple Pie, and 'Doh!'

A Story by Michael Stevens


Just another boner in a long line of boners!
Lock and Key: The Ring

Lock and Key: The Ring

A Story by Beth Lindsay


A High School detective smalls a small case of a missing ring before she goes home for the day.
America's Past Time

America's Past Time

A Poem by Amber


Love for the game and the players of baseball
Problems

Problems

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Problems many of which are not getting solvednot because I'm not resolved but because I delayto savor the day, the moon and the seasonwhich is why I'm..
Aaron's Coconut

Aaron's Coconut

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Start the day. In what waywas the cold spring, last wet summer aglobal warning, indicator. Saysone commentator on the op-ed page, thedislocations, war..
Unmatched

Unmatched

A Story by Tyove


A love unmatched