The Crossings


October 2015

Short Story: Weight – Joseph Beachy

“Love of two is one. Here but now they’re gone. Came the last night of sadness. And it was clear she couldn’t go on. Then the door was open and the wind appeared. The candles blew then disappeared. The curtains flew then he appeared… saying don’t be afraid. Come on baby… and she had no fear. And she ran to him… then they started to fly. They looked backward and said goodbye… she had become like they are. She had taken his hand… she had become like they are. Come on baby… don’t fear the reaper…” Continue Reading…


Short Story: Caged – Taylor Gilliam

It was a place you’ve never heard of, in a time long before you were thought of. It was a celebration, and the extravagant evening, the feast, it was all for her. As the beauty of the village, she was the prize. She was in the eye of every man, young or old. Continue Reading…

Poem: Journey of Thought – Adam Gnagi

Poem: An Evening with Peeping Tom – Caitlin Halstead

Poem: Democracy – Ryan Bollier

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