By Mason Street

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My Father Tells us of the Monster in the Pink House
a poem by Victoria Korth

December 31, Night Closes In
by Marge Piercy

Joy to the World
a poem by Marge Piercy

Looking For Ugly

By Karen Weyant
The squonk is the ugliest animal in Pennsylvania’s hemlock forests.
Described as a round ball of sagging skin and drooping warts, this creature is fully aware of its own ugliness and spends its time hiding and weeping in the deepest woods.