AdmitTwo, No. 11, May, 2006. 

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Prose:

Attic Stranger

by Lance and Emily Ballard

"Sammy didnít understand who lay under the sheet, the gurney being wheeled out the house, to the ambulance.  All he knew was that something had happened. Something bad."

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Poetry:

Butterfly Boots

by J. Willson & B. Pierce

"putting in concrete curbs

just to have

something to do" 

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Poetry:

For the Four

Brothers

3am Muse

by Charles C Brooks III

& Anthony DeTomasso

"We are not obstinate excuses for rage,

but Beethoven-bred criminals

brought up for the scandal of greatness."

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Poetry:

A Poet in a Macau Bar

Night Scenes

Sleepless

by Papa Osmubal & Susanna Lei Kam Sio

"That clock reminds me of my boss.

Is that clock related to my mother-in-law?

That clock is as good as gone"

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Poetry:

Love Surrenders on Assault Charge

Resonance

by Carolyn Ogburn & Margo Solod

"...A stock market crashes,

a dog catches a stick and you come back..."

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Prose:

Little Golden America: Chapter Four: Appetite Departs While Eating

by Ilya Ilf & Eugene Petrov

 

IT IS FORBIDDEN FOR MORE THAN SIX

GUESTS TO SLEEP IN ONE BED

 

 

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