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I Say Tomato!
by Diane Dees Tobiason
I am able to survive our wretched Louisiana summer because of the Creole tomato.

In the Still of the Night
by Regina Phelps
June, and the young woman is older. Still young but more beautiful now, her dress is sheer. It moves with her as she walks.

Spies in Disguise: The Feminine Side of Patriotism and Liberty
by Loretta Kemsley
The struggle for America's independence didn't begin or end on July 4, 1776. The entire East Coast of the United States saw skirmishes and heroes - including many who wore skirts.

Comma Living
by Barb Hampton
There are times, it seems, when a part of a sentence has to be connected, and times when it should be set off. Use commas, I read, to set off non-restrictive elements. I shut the book and went outside to walk the paths in my garden.

Fallow Time
by Barbara Stahura
Maybe instead of going forward or backward, right or left, it's time to go up or down. Time to fly or to retreat to the depths for a while to see what you can find there.

Spring Branches Lead to Summer
by Lyn Carr
I still get caught up in the idea that there's going to be this one point where everything is going to be clear and I'll be certain for the rest of my life.

Looking Both Ways
by Elizabeth Stewart
When I protested and said, 'But, I'm not an artist. I'm not doing anything creative,' she very matter-of-factly said, 'An artist is not a human doing. An artist is a human being.'


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