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Sharon Auberle


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Who has time
for blues
when May is flowing
like warm honey
down the curves
of my soul?

 

© 2010 by Sharon Auberle
Used with the author's permission.

 

 

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Sharon Auberle is the author of two books, Saturday Nights at the Crystal Ball: a Memoir in Poetry, and Crow Ink, a collection of her poetry and photographs. She loves water and winter, the subjects of many of her poems, and is happy to be back in the land of her roots, the Midwest, after nearly twenty years in the drought-stricken Southwest. Sharon has recently ventured into the world of recorded word, via her new CD, Something After Burning, which features poems from her forthcoming book by the same name, with music backup from some the finest musicians in Door County, Wisconsin. The CD is available for $10 plus $3.50 S. & H., from the author at P.O. Box 701, Sister Bay, Wisconsin 54234. When not writing or out in the woods, Sharon can be found on Facebook or hanging poems and pictures at her website--Mimi's Golightly Café. She freely admits that both take time away from her poetry. Learn more about Sharon here.

     

 

 


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nadia :
Lovely. Uplifting.
Posted 05/25/2011 10:54 PM
Eiken:
Beautiful, short and sweet Maire
Posted 05/25/2011 12:09 PM
jeanie:
sweet! works on a rainy day too ;-)
Posted 05/25/2011 06:40 AM
Michelle:
Lovely, smile on a beautiful sunny May day !
Posted 05/25/2011 04:09 AM


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