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A cartwheel? I had never in my life done a cartwheel. 

CARTWHEEL BY YUKO IIDA FROST 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 105

After spending all those years studying hard, cramming, memorizing everything—I could recite the entire preamble of the Japanese constitution, classic Chinese poems, how to apply trigonometry formulae, the laws of physics—not doing a cartwheel would be how one of the top universities would fail me.

I’m running this job. 

You do what I tell you to do.


EVERYDAY IS EVERYDAY BY DARRYL GRAFF 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 105

I don’t need some man fighting my battles for me.

The rain makes me think of a dying god’s tears.

RAINY DAY IN NEW YORK CITY BY DC COPELAND 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 105

Across the fields you see so many. Many what? Many dead.

ALL QUIET IN THE EAST BY ALEXANDER TANEV 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 105

Will there ever be peace again?



34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 105

CARTWHEEL BY YUKO IIDA FROST, EVERYDAY IS EVERYDAY BY DARRYL GRAFF, RAINY DAY IN NEW YORK CITY BY DC COPELAND, ALL QUIET IN THE EAST BY ALEXANDER TANEV, WE NOTE THE PASSING OF A DEAR FRIEND BY ELIZABETH CROWELL.

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