Month: June 2022

The Road Trip

Trinity Miles, Sophomore, Writing, Colleyville, TX        Mark didn’t need the GPS to tell him which roads to take, he had made the trip enough times to know the route. Only his left hand guided their Suburban, which rested loosely on the bottom of the steering wheel. To his right was his wife fiddling with the radio, turning… Read more →

Déjà Vu

Anthony Lucido, Junior, History, Fort Worth, TX   I dreamt of a White Christmas with frequent winds in April, But got 105° degrees and rising instead.   A cement soldier salutes in the town square. Blood slithers by his feet From the head of a law man With a pistol in his hand.   Husks of soldiers litter the streets,… Read more →