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The Phantom Stagecoach (A Haiku)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: The Butterfield Mail Trail used to run through my area, with its stagecoaches that ran between any number of stations to deliver mail and even people to various destinations. As such, a few stories related to them have popped up over the years, including that of a stagecoach once delayedContinue reading “The Phantom Stagecoach (A Haiku)”

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Mystic Desert (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Based on research I’ve done into the folklore from around my hometown.] I know a desert land where spectral stagecoaches rumble through the night      never to reach ladies dressed in wedding gowns who forever pace well-worn stations              desperate to reunite with distant lovers                             White horses once ownedContinue reading “Mystic Desert (A Poem)”