SUNDAY POETRY CORNER

Because I’ve scheduled several interviews with published authors and book spotlights on Thursdays in 2012, I’ve decided to move the original Thursday Poetry Corner to Sunday.

Sunday’s will now be the designated days when I or guest bloggers will share poetry, songs and short fiction.

Anyone interested in sharing your writing here please contact me at sharonkatherine@sharonkowen.com and send a microsoft word copy of your poem, song or story along with a photo and a short bio.

Although I spend most of my writing time working on novels, I do write poetry from time to time. Today I’d like to share one of those those with you.

 

ADULT CHILD

by Sharon K Owen

She’s come a long way

from those cower-under-cover

evenings when clothes-draped

chair turned monster and

hissed maledictions pierced

sheetrocked bedroom walls.

 

It’s true she still has nightmares, but now

on pre-dawn charges, she’s always joined

by Michael.  He’s good at flapping curtains

flashligting corners, frisking closets–holding

at bay one more time those ghosts

who will not rest in peace.

 

Don’t forget to enroll in my online creative writing class Simply Creating Fictional Characters beginning February 1, 2012. Just go to my website and click on classes and creative writing classes for more information and the sign-up sheet.

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About Sharon K Owen

I am a fiction writer, a university professor, a copy editor and an online writing teacher. My first Romantic Suspense: Thicker Than Water (Brands Crossing Series) was published in 2011 and the second book in the series, Whatever Goes Around, will be published in 2016. My short stories and poetry have been published in Descant, Concho River Review, Iron Horse, American Literary Review, Trinity Writer's Workshop newsletter and collections of Christmas stories. I am blessed with a loving, supportive family, a multitude of friends and the good fortune to share a cozy sanctuary in North Texas with my two cats (Matt and Cinders).

Posted on January 8, 2012, in Writers, Writing, Writing Exercises, Writing Lessons, Writing Seminars and Conferences and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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