“Night School” by Robin Wyatt Dunn and “Man and Tractor” by Sam Barnett

I walk to school over the sunset,
But I come back on the weekends,
When it’s quiet.

The cold hand of time knows my footprints are like yours,
Their dust rime like bearded monographs,
Prepared carefully for the wasting iron of the tractor.

Every sun remembers me,
And I remember every sun,
Each different,
Each unstoppable caressing every birth I can know,
The day I failed,
Which is every day,
I am freak and heretic confirmed,
But that confirmation gives me this,
My road away from all the others.

Sam Barnett is an animator, writer and photographer living in Los Angeles.  Born in Colorado, he is a graduate of the University of Southern California.  You can find him at www.growingobjects.com.

Robin Wyatt Dunn lives in The Town of the Queen of the Angels, El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles, in Echo Park.  He is proud to have been born in the Carter Administration.  He is a Member of the Horror Writers Association. You can find him at www.robindunn.com.

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