Posts by: Aubrey Ann Parker
We're on agenda for the the Village Council meeting on Thursday, September 15 at 7pm.
The Guinea worm has the potential to become the second completely eradicated disease in human history—but the political stability of one African nation will play a crucial role.
Joe Berlinger discusses the three years he spent documenting the international legal battle and the human faces that have emerged from a major environmental disaster of oil contamination in the rainforest.
It took two years
For you to force your eyes meet mine.
They’re the same color;
Oh, and don’t forget the over-priced bangle jewels
Strewn loose about our necks
Which came to us from drug-trafficking diamond-dealers in the Congo
Strike again; click click, no use.
Teasing, tantalizing sinews billow through the interim dark
It will take one more; one last drag
she quacks at those who walk by.
he keeps close to her side.
And without shoes. What a dirty hippy.
He thinks that putting orange peels in his shoes will make them smell better.
I got lost in the cardiac center when I got off at the wrong bus stop.
It was starting to freezing rain.
He said he liked waking up to her face. She asked him if He was scared.