Volume 96, Issue 91
Friday March 21, 2003
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THE ARTS ISSUE

Adam Powers: 18th Dissonet

William O: I'll Take My Chances

Chelsey Lichtman: Untitled

Samantha Sotelo: Darkness Cover

Larissa Wasyliw: Sick of the Everyday

Brett Lavoie: The Red Glass Heart

Ryan A. Pratt: Running Like a Saint in Exile

Mike Ward: Redirection

Justin Quesnelle: I Wake this Morning in a Box

Justin Andrew Steepe: Regret to Repose

Larissa Wasyliw: Wires Crossed

Myles DeRosse: Void

K.S.: fallout

Chelsey Lichtman: Passage from a short story

Mike Ward: Seemingly Oblivious

Lori A. May: Sonnet No 3

Ryan A. Pratt: Home

William O: House of Cards

Lori A. May: If I Were a Balcony

Elizabeth Lutgendorff: Tick Tock

Ryan A. Pratt: The Last Wavebreak

Ainsley Bladon: Pale Girl

 


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THE ARTS ISSUE
2003

18th Dissonnet

Shall I compare thee to a winter’s day?
Thou art more cruel and intemperate;
Cold blasts do quake the darling boys at play,
And winter’s lease hath all too long a date.
Sometime to rot a leaf of fall inclines,
And often is his green complexion brown’d;
And every storm from storm sometime declines,
By chance, or reason’s changing course, unrhymed.
But thy eternal winter shall not fade,
Nor lose possession of that tongue thou owest;
Nor shall God brag thou wander in His parade
When in eternal lines to hell thou growest.
     So long as I can breathe, or eye can see
     So long lives this, and this gives hate to thee.

—Adam Powers

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