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Arizona Vision

Arizona Vision

A Poem by Doug Ordunio


Thinking about deserts
Desert Wolf

Desert Wolf

A Poem by Tina Kline


Leftover heat Undulating across the desert Wispy tendrils of cold Coiling, stretching and reaching Invisible webs swallowing the heat ..
Savage Beauty

Savage Beauty

A Poem by Dom DiFrancesco


The crimson sky fumes with the rage of desert summer,Turning springs flowers of gold and lavender to tawny dust.~Scorpion and rattler laze in awe,Cher..
The Cactus

The Cactus

A Story by Biggles


Henry has just broken up with his girlfriend Katherine, and is sitting in his room, staring at the one thing she left behind: a cactus she had bought ..
Robot-Assisted Surgery

Robot-Assisted Surgery

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Appointment to have organ removed by robot-assisted surgeon.Air-conditioned, no mosquitoes in the OR. When you arriveYou'll remove all your clothes. N..
Miniature Juniper

Miniature Juniper

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Although I hardly gave it a thoughtI didn't really doubtour miniature juniper, a bonsai,would survive our desert vacation. It ..
The Dark Green Conifers

The Dark Green Conifers

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


another day in the woods. on Strawberry ridgelooking out over undulating green hills tothe next great wall ridge of mountains. the lastmorning clouds ..
Black-capped Chickadees

Black-capped Chickadees

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Having not done the things I wanted to doand the things I've done not being what I wanted to doI sit here looking at lichen on the north side of trees..
MEDICATED (your order is ready) DREAMS

MEDICATED (your order is ready) DREAMS

A Story by Gaston Villanueva


Dissect the unrelatable
In Memory of Cereus Avenue

In Memory of Cereus Avenue

A Book by Elizabeth Davis


Here lies the childhood of Amber Lee Gerard, a girl who grew up playing hide and seek by day and tackle football on the street by night.
Part I

Part I

A Chapter by Elizabeth Davis


Given a single word, blistering is what all tourists would describe the Arizona summertime. Hell, even those who have lived in the state all their liv..
Life of a Cacti

Life of a Cacti

A Poem by AlinaTheCacti


Eh who knows why I wrote this, perhaps to show people about perspectives
Desert Drearies

Desert Drearies

A Poem by Ariana Omnomnom


Dancing mosquitoes Short banditos Dragonflies zip by Teeny tip toes Brooding black crows In the distance cicadas cry Slipping clouds into the sk..
Cactus Wallflower

Cactus Wallflower

A Poem by Chesney W.


Live your best life and stop being afraid to stand out. Be a cactus wallflower.