Ciao, Baby

The end of summer means many things. We say goodbye to warm evenings and green leaves and late night sunsets. And sometimes, we must say goodbye to people as well. My sister left for college last week. She is now three hours away from home. She has journeyed beyond this place we grew up and […]

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Wanderlust by Dana Li

Won’t you come, and walk these rugged roads with me? We can drive that beat-up van through stretches of golden cornfield, dappled with dying sunlight, listening to the tired hum of the engine and wondering breathlessly when it will sputter and give out. Dusk descends and the crickets come alive with their calls—a song to […]

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