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Field Notes HOME One artist’s take. BY RICHIE CARTER Papa went down to that old mining town.Mama sat down, she’s raising kids on her own.And neither one could dare to stand up in the mirrorAnd say I love you my dear, I couldn’t wipe away your fears, but now I know...

The Creek, A Poem

SPARK The Creek A poem by Jessie Mazur JESSIE MAZUR In a town where a roof could cost a third job by next monthand the grocery bill is too high for a familythe only home you can count on has a floor of rock and silt.Where your toes sink inand cold, cold water washes...