Category Archives: My poetry

Unity

by cheri I watered my pock-marked lawns twice today while ruminating about the fires burning in Sonoma County. Moisture invariably attracted the wild turkeys, looking for loam, loaded with leaves. The dog headed up to the lawn, in a brisk … Continue reading

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Conformity be gone!

by cheri sabraw Behind a zebra’s pattern of stripes and curves and slants, Lie fundamental questions that trigger gripes and nerves and rants. We look somewhat alike, with tails and ears and eyes, We eat and drink in jovial style … Continue reading

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Crossing Moon River

by cheri block 1963 Wallflower, I. Growing along the banks of the 7th-grade gym, having tentatively planted myself there for stability, with other flat-chested girls whose buds had not bloomed, whose stalks were thin and green, whose flowers were years … Continue reading

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