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L. S. SHEVSHENKO : The Saddest in the World
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Stephen Hawking, the renowned physicist who specializes in the physics of time, has determined that we will never be able to go back in time. The reason – Paradoxes. For example – if I traveled back in time and shot my father because I was mad he married my mother (Oedipus alive and raging in my breast) then I would never have been born, hence, I could never go back in time and shoot my father – Voila, a Paradox! Anyway, I was glad to know this because, like many of us, there are some things in my past that I never want to revisit or have anyone else revisit, embarrassing or behaving-badly moments that I wish I could go back and undo. But because of those pesky paradoxes I cannot, so if they can't be expunged I want them hidden like buried pirate's treasure forever and forgotten as much as possible for as long as can be.
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Council of Literary Magazines & Presses (CLMP)
Contest Code of Ethics

CLMP's community of independent literary publishers believes that ethical contests serve our shared goal: to connect writers and readers by publishing exceptional writing. We believe that intent to act ethically, clarity of guidelines, and transparency of process form the foundation of an ethical contest.

To that end, we agree
  1. to conduct our contests as ethically as possible and to address any unethical behavior on the part of our readers, judges, or editors;
  2. to provide clear and specific contest guidelines—defining conflict of interest for all parties involved; and
  3. to make the mechanics of our selection process available to the public.

This Code recognizes that different contest models produce different results, but that each model can be run ethically. We have adopted this Code to reinforce our integrity and dedication as a publishing community and to ensure that our contests contribute to a vibrant literary heritage.

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The Saddest in the World
discoveredsomething fine.Some studentsmoved innext door andthey were coolalways givingthingsa chemistry seta chess boardthe greatest books on earth:DanteLeoand Lawrence.I was forbiddento bother thembut like everyoneat thirteenI ignored 'the rules'.Theyseemed to like meto feed their catsand dogsand I got to justhang outwhenever I likedand even wateredtheir tree of Christmasgrowingin that living room of light . One morningbefore schoolI fed the animalswaited on the busat their housein their houselistening to a musicwhich was unlike anythingthan I had ever heard . Bill's girl wokeshe spoke softlyandI watched her headroll, up - and down and as she saw meand smiledand never tried to hideand she mounted himridingin thesebeautiful rhythmic tonesthese moansofmotionher hairrising and fallingsurroundingthose breastsas the sun enteredand all I could dowas watchsit thereand beuntilshe finished.She camemany timesto this abodealwayssmiling at menever saying a wordto the blushingof my reserve.And one daygoing overI foundBill and themhad movedin the middle of the nightthe house had a strange emptinesssomething beautiful had goneit up and diedleaving me behindto rotin a pitiful existencein false theoryof the past.…once againI was the saddest guy around.

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  • Paradoxes © MICHAEL ESTABRUCK . editor: .
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  • The Saddest in the World © L.S. SHEVSHENKO  from MM.01:002 poetryrepairs. editor: Readers may find difficulty in reading this poem; the style is an image of the boy's limited understanding of what he observes; In time, the reading becomes easier as does the boy's understanding of what has happened.
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