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David Stone

David Stone teaches English at Loma Linda Academy in California.  He grew up on a farm in Waverly, Pennsylvania. He is a seventh generation descendent from the town’s founder. Besides writing, he enjoys cooking, hiking, and identifying desert plants with his wife and two kids. His poems have been published in the print publications Insight, Musings, and The Mirror.

My Father’s Amputation on Tuesday

amputation

How long can a foot
last when it’s been
short
two sizes from the start?

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