Reading Robert Haas A Little Book of Form
A teacher. The line, haiku, the two line form.
Smoky sunset: marshmallow, chocolate, easy sleep.
Sense memories squeeze between the sleeping bag of time.
One year post-graduation finds me pretty much recovered from illness, stomach and chest pain that plagued me, made it difficult to breathe.
I haven't been out of writing despite my desire for a year off, new blogs will deal with some of my journey for the past year.
About Sheri Fresonke Harper
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