issue 2: united

the union

- anon

joy was absent, regardless of my trodden soles

and i thought the greenness by the rivers was all ferns

but the hills are just made of blackness,

black, dead soil

and joy is only alive when God breaths unto it.

we are united under God, as one.

the postal

- anon

i was a sucker for being apart

and i knew

from the very

moment

i saw you

i saw you

i saw you

i saw you

by the postal

and

i can't even speak

because you were such a beauty

and we locked eyes

i knew, there was something there

a red thread, perhaps.

daughter

- anon

my daughter,

my love,

you will never know,

how my eyes twinkle,

when i look into yours,

we are,

forever one,

and when i pass,

i will be looking over you.

togetherness, togetherness, togetherness

- anon

T O G E T H E R 

T     O     G     E    T    H    E     R 

RECKLESSLY, LOVINGLY, TOGETHER..

REVOLUTION!

- f.r. jr. (bio)

TO BE A PART OF THE REVOLUTION

DANCE, DANCE TILL THE NOON

FEAR NOT NO EXECUTION

WE ARE ALL ONE, ALL GOONS

DANCING TOGETHER UNDER THE MOONLIT NIGHT

OUR STOCKINGS ONLY TOUCHED BY THE BREEZE

THERE IS NO NEED TO FEEL FRIGHT

IF THERE IS A DROP OF DOUBT, SQUEEZE, SQUEEZE, SQUEEZE!

multi

"though separate, they are undoubtedly linked. the nations of the world do not exist individually, but as a single international group. whether that is as a union or as discordant factions is up to them. flags are the face of countries, states, and communities--nations rally behind them; they are the lifeblood of a people's identity and pride. i used many of them to represent a host of diverse nations, and while they are boxed in their own affairs with clear, dark lines, only together do they create a unified image."

- brian tieu (bio)

i found u

- e.r. (bio)

folded bedsheets for 2 people

- anon

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