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Dancing Man

Dancing Man

by: Drema Deòraich 1 “His grin shadowed me, a happy reminder of fleeting insight.” A man, footloose and entirely liberated, offers his ability to get others to…

Business Cards

Business Cards

by: Tim Gorichanaz The memories of life’s journeys — scents, tastes, feelings — trapped in the compact offering of a business card… With the salesman…

My Mother’s Closet

My Mother’s Closet

by: Kate Rabinov A vault of treasured memories, that incessantly drift off into the ether… I am certain my sister stole my mother’s Chanel purse….

Exposure

Exposure

by: Christina Rosso1 “Why must being a woman equal disgrace? Why must I hide my body? My sexuality? Why do I have to fit inside…

To Breathe You In

To Breathe You In

by Allie Burke1 “[The water] gains speed so quickly. It inches across the sand like the speed of time during depression, and all of the…

Blue

Blue

by: Sarah Fader1 Those bittersweet moments, when it’s over, but they’re still there… We sat in the diner looking at each other across the table….

World Peace

by: Allie Burke 1 Allie Burke returns to The Margin with another moment in time, a late night with those who know you best…. “Okay,” Aamir…

Late Morning

by: Allie Burke1 A snapshot of thoughts, a late morning conversation….. “I don’t understand people.” “I do,” I say, looking up from my phone. “Do…

Three Guys Walk Into A Bar

by: Lewis H Montaug The complete absurdity of bullshit bar talk balanced out by the seriousness of the subject matter…. I live in Manhattan and…

What to do with time?

by: Cat Cortes Is the whole greater than the sum of its parts… I struggle with time, which is only made worse by the unfiltered…