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Corn By Katie Sanchez, Arts & Entertainment With hair silken blonde like those string things on corn I was born, emerging from the Iowa cornfields I frolicked in their protection Rejoiced in their fruit But when I reached my fifth year I was ripped from them Replanted in a wasteland of concrete I yearned for the comfort of those kernels Desolate and detached I struggled through Until finally I made another Midwestern voyage And crossing into Ohio, the corn welcomed me home Corn Story By Addison Burke, Guest Writer Everyone’s favorite vegetable is making a comeback this year, thanks to … Continue reading Back Page 09/07/22