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Stuart Dischell

May/June 2020

Lines about Mountains

By Stuart Dischell

I just learned that mountains kill More people climbing down them Than making their brave ascent; Or that some have the oldest Rocks on the earth. Small wonder They crumble […]

Fall 2007

Backwards Days

By Stuart Dischell

My son's teacher holds backwards days in class Where the students come to school in pajamas, Eat dessert for breakfast, say good night When they mean good morning. So it […]

Winter 2000

The Lost City

By Stuart Dischell

The lost city was not lost to itself. Like rings, umbrellas, pens, or letters, It stayed where it was; fogged in jungle, Waiting to be touched like the furnishings Of […]