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Posts from ‘May, 2011’

the fisherman’s song of despair

una cancion desesperada or oncorhyncus mykiss by aaron abeyta in my trout dream you are twin to the dawn the pearl of your belly that is the sky in the brief breaths    the moments of sunless light    a wash of pink guazing at the center of you ghosting away at your caudal edges […]

love poem on stone

i’ve loved her perhaps not like i should have but more like the specks of white thinnest and scattered salt blended into this stone she is the blade of grass from scripture the green and crescent hand of the river whose sweat she rolled into this stone this stone whose river voice has kissed at […]

the fragile vessel

this fragile vessel is four hummingbirds darting   hovering   tasting at lilacs like bees   they seem to have only one purpose to find what is sweet or beautiful    to linger at the colorful mouths of returning spring the fragile vessel that is four hummingbirds has wings that cannot be seen my body that is also four hummingbirds like bees seems […]

Review of Rise, Do Not Be Afraid

High Country News contributor Annie Dawid reviewed Rise, Do Not Be Afraid.

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NFL Lockout Now More Likely Than Ever

Jesse Medina The Paw Print   Football is one of the most popular sports in the entire world. One could go about anywhere and find some trace of NFL regalia. Super Bowl Sunday itself has become a national holiday, effectively shutting down most of America.

Bin Laden’s Death Beneficial for Humanity and Peace

Lance Hostetter The Paw Print About a year ago I wrote a column centered on the basic idea of John Donne’s “Meditation 17.” In the meditation, Donne writes a rather poignant paragraph pondering the loss of human life and the correlation to the rest mankind: “No man is an island, entire of itself; every man […]

Bin Laden Death Celebration Inappropriate, Hypocritical

James Williams The Paw Print On Sunday evening, an undeniable sense of relief washed over the majority of the nation as President Obama announced that Osama bin Laden had been killed in Pakistan. That sense of relief is justified. Clearly, he was an evil man who celebrated violence against any and all whom he deemed […]

Dr. Parks Gives Last Advice Before Retiring

Samantha Saville The Paw Print Dr. Clarence Parks, professor of sociology, is retiring after 28 years at Adams State College. Dr. Parks was raised in Texas around the Houston area and received his undergraduate degree from Sam Houston State University and his master’s degree from Steven F. Austin University. Dr. Parks was not originally going […]

ASC’s Dirty Little Column with the Delicious Drs. Love

Dr. Chocolate Thunder and Professor Vanilla Lightning are not real doctors or mental health professionals. Their advice should not be taken seriously. Dear DLC, A few months ago this guy I was really into drunkenly hooked up with one of my good friends. The next morning he asked me to buy her the morning after […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet