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 Fathom 2005

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Poetry

Sara Squires (2)
Ann Leslie (2)
Jennifer Clarke
Patricia Murray
Kari Gunderson
Heather E. Thomson
B.D. Mitchell
Wesley Colbath
Brooke Gray
Christopher Misura
Robyn Goldsmith
Michael Kimber
Italian Stallion
Oghomwen Ehigie
B. C. Hackett
Deanna Foster
Jonathan Rotztain
Sarah Lofton

Prose

Jonathan Rotztain
Robyn Goldsmith
Sonjel Vreeland
Connor Robinson

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Patricia Murray

 

 

DRIVERS BEWARE

I AM RAGE.
I AM YOUR MIRROR IMAGE.
I REFLECT WHAT YOU PROJECT.
Your distain for the laws that deem us civilized,
the laws that keep us from each others’ throats,
show me that you wish not to remain party to the common.
You demonstrate lack of respect to the code which I,
along with the moral majority abide.
I do not agree with every facet of this way of life,
but I do understand that to exist in such a fashion would be impossible.
if not for an acknowledgement of respect for others space.
As a pedestrian,
the roads are mine as well as yours.
I will respect your space.
There is no excuse for you not to follow the rules of the road.
Your automobile is a deadly weapon.
So it must be treated as one.
It is not so different from a gun.
just as deadly.
So if you wish to drive by your own rules, remember this............

I AM RAGE.
I AM YOUR MIRROR IMAGE.
MY WEAPON CAN BE JUST AS DEADLY AS YOURS.

 

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