Goodnight My Prince By: Brandy Capps

The ripples of the water crashed into the bank, hypnotize me. Summer sun and warmth caressed my skin, covered in sun tans and ripped jean shorts. Riding the back roads, while listening to country songs. That summer day, I met a boy, not just any boy though. He was the kind of guy that I couldn’t have. He had luscious hair and pretty brown eyes … Continue reading Goodnight My Prince By: Brandy Capps

Addiction is not a disease. By: Alyssa Wagner.

We grow old so quickly. Walking rotten bodies at age 35. It isn’t how it used to be, you know? We choose this now. We choose to wrinkle, walk slowly, die early. Breaking bodies, moldering minds, decomposing from the inside out. Drinking the poison with a smile. Injecting ourselves with a false feeling. Snorting yourself into something you wish was real. Smoking your headache away … Continue reading Addiction is not a disease. By: Alyssa Wagner.

Belligerent Bliss. By: Glory Stoll

“Dangerous place for a girl like you.” The bouncer grumbles. “I can deal.” I respond with attitude.  I slid into a bar stool and order 3 shots of some choke inducing Everclear.  “Where’s you’re friends, damsel?”  “Probably coinciding with my nonexistent father .” I wink at him and down my toxic with ease. My world blurs and I watch as some bikers waltz in… owning … Continue reading Belligerent Bliss. By: Glory Stoll