Category: Poetry

Marlon Brando

by Alexander Mills, Class of 2023 My grandfather once took me to see Elia Kazan’s A Street Car Named Desire  He was a Hercules in stature  and a Hollywood stunt-man in profession  It was at the local Birmingham cinema  We sat four rows from the back and he devastated two large boxes of milk dudsin under forty seconds …
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Three Poems On Appalachian Spring

By Kelly Morgan, Poetry Editor Low Place By The River This, I believe, is spring —spring in the mountains, with silver bells and unfurled rhododendrons;dog hobble on the ground, spilling over itself;pine needles white under the sunlight;big arching sycamores above. All that I am grew first from here.From the naked winter trees that soak up…
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