Short Stories and Poems

Discordant Harmonies – a poem by Jodie Anders One was a religion, the other more of a movement. One stood basking in the midday sun, and the other cast his shade in the harvest moon. My insomnia was a metronome counting the beats of a jazz tune.  I’d lay awake at night conflicted, longing to find harmony. One was a church choir, and […]
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