The Wildezine

Drinking

Donnie A. Harris, Guest Artist

May 21, 2018

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Just a little girl, no older than four-- An innocent little thing, the color of peanut butter with the cutest smile. She takes after her mother, you know? That gorgeous almond-brown hair and that natural glow that comes with...

Water

Annie McCasland, Guest Writer

May 21, 2018

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Liesel Kraus grasped her mother’s hand as they stood among the throng of people standing in the mile-long line. A man in a forest green uniform was interspersedly yelling the words “links” and “rechts.” Liesel and he...

My Skin is Black, My Heart is Human

Mikey Parker, Guest Artist

May 21, 2018

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When you look at me, what do you see? Black skin. Which is more brown than black But whatever. When you look at me, what do you think? Do the clothes I’m wearing, or the way I Talk and walk confuse you? Startle you? My...

Ebony and Ivory

Alex Polón, Guest Writer

May 21, 2018

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I tucked in my undershirt, buttoned my raggedy flannel, and zipped up my brown coat, which was starting to lighten up from the rounds of bleach my mom used to get rid of the ketchup stains. Sauntering over to my dresser to grab my r...

REBAPTISED (hypomanic)

James Clardy, Guest Writer

May 21, 2018

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Blindfolds remove thyselves from faded mortal form, Scar tissue three-strong and thee strong, thy strength, Melts at cracked volcanic, sediment soaked rock, And then! Lo! Tide-pool bordering beating waves, rippling ri...

Assorted Drawings

James Clardy, Guest Artist

May 21, 2018

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To the People that Took my Race Away from me

Peter Byhouwer, Lit Mag Editor

May 21, 2018

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I am a biracial man, half South Korean half western European. The most noticeable feature about my ethnicity, One of the things that makes me feel unique and beautiful, My eyes,

Israel’s Hits

Israel Hammon, Guest Artist

May 21, 2018

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