Nothing’s Right Without Delphina

Oz reached in and grabbed the cord. He ran his hand down it until he came to the plug. Crawling further under the kitchen sink, he plugged the dispose-all in. He leaned out and back against the island cabinets. The floor needed mopping. He swatted the dispose-all box out of the way to find his…

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A Poem by Elise t’Hoot from Hate All Around

Tug of the Leash   I never knew the loneliest word was home Home That’s where you are and where I feel I’ll never be again What do you think and do you want this wandering wreck to come home? Home? I go to bed and miss your touch Do you miss me all that…

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