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Posted: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 1:00 pm

Q& A

by Elizabeth Evans

Words taken from the Arizona Republic article ‘Cardinals’ Rebuilt O-Line Inspires Coordinator’

A: we are…

we’re young couple,

getting together.

Adventure solidifies

possibility.

Extra Curricular Activities

by Andrea Dickens

Words taken from several articles in the April 10 edition of the State Press

at

the

mill:

women

combat

assault.

***

olympics

proceeded

greenhouse

engineering.

***

humanitarian

entertainment

establishments

underprivileged.

Vows Qualified

by Kelly Nelson

Words taken from the New York Times Article “Squirrels are Reading the Now”

I do, but …

home meals, window keeping, toddlers, sacrifice—

a no!

Not even, never, almost nothing,

somewhat litigious outwitting.

I do, tho your humor shocks pigeons.

I do, tho your three spines attract

somewhat dangerous electrical temptations.

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