Monthly Archives: September 2009

POTUS and the Pulpit

by Joshua H. Liberatore In the old days, when they still taught rhetoric in the schools, people learned to be sensitive to the variety of modes of discourse available in our language. Any public speaker worth his salt should be … Continue reading

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The Missing Turtle

by Daniel Liberatore A boy sits with dried tears Like dollar signs wiped into his sweaty shirt. His wet pants make dirt stains On the broken park bench with rusty nails sticking out underneath They are cleaning the fountain today … Continue reading

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