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PIN QUARTERLY JOURNAL (ISSUE 6) EDITOR’S NOTE …a vast garden of literary comeliness There is a mine in every mind yearning for the extraction of potentials in dire need of refinement and expos...

BLAZING HOT (ISSUE 6)

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SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS (ISSUE 6)

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CRISPY SATIRE (ISSUE 6)

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ACROSS THE OCEANS IV (ISSUE 6)

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ACROSS THE OCEANS II (ISSUE 6)

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FROM THE BLUES (ISSUE 6)

FROM THE BLUES HOMECOMING by Jenna Omeirat Up over, the dim tempestuous mists rolled and swelled, spitting every drop of pour down towards the ground as though it were toxin. Tricky puddles framed at ...

FOOD POETRY (ISSUE 6)

FOOD POETRY (ISSUE 6) ROASTED CORN by Elemide Benjamin Maami, I know your words, I know your silence. I memorized your songs to my heartbeats: they tell of hope hungry to see tomorrow. I watched you t...

PHOTO-POETRY (ISSUE 6)

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