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RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE FIFTY-SIX, SEPTEMBER 16, 2013

precipice \ˈpresəpəs \ n. 1. An overhanging or extremely steep mass of rock, such as a crag or the face of a cliff. 2. The brink of a dangerous or disastrous situation: on the precipice of defeat.

Source: The Free Dictionary

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Elephant
PALOMA PACHECO
Poem: I couldn’t sleep for weeks after they admitted you
would dream of hospital walls
blue like the sea
a thousand ways a prison could become a landscape

Gershwin
STEVEN LO

Fiction: Darian towered over Harla, who suddenly felt claustrophobic in the rather large and spacious room. She had insisted Darian be present with her for moral support, after debating for the last week and a half whether or not to go through with the whole ordeal.

Precarious Balance
AARON MIDDLEPOET JACKSON
Poem:Balanced
Precariously on the precipice
Of prosperity
Creative adulthood
Gaining traction


Backpacker
JENNY LEONARD
Watercolor, acrylic and ink on card


Camels Hump
KEVIN RUELLE
Watercolor on paper

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