Mind Your Step By Rayne Lacko

Mind Your Step

Stones, bronze, winter, gray.
Fogged breath. Speckled dew on boots
treading pebbled path.

Rayne Lacko believes music, language, and art connect us, and she explores those themes in her novel, A SONG FOR THE ROAD, and DREAM UP NOW: the Teen Journal for Self-Discovery.
She’s helped writers and teens cultivate creativity in Writers Digest, School Library Journal, DIYMFA.com, ParentMap, and GERM. Her short fiction appears in Gravel, Mixtape Methodology and Skyline. Her story, “Like Father, Like Son,” won Best of 2015 for its category at Wordhaus literary magazine.

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