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Lynn Marie

Winter 1996

Invisibly Dying Grass

By Lynn Marie

Shamrock green silk covers Taiesha’s body like a waterfall, and thin milk-white birds point long beaks across her arms. Silver-tailed snakes uncurl among the birds, and, when hit by the […]

Winter 1994


By Lynn Marie

Taiesha Rawnie, ten years old, doesn’t like this house where the cracker judge court-ordered counselors to place her. Nasty scratches criss-cross hard Salvation Army chairs, maroon and gold squares of […]