POETRY CORNER – JOANNE FARIES

Today’s Poetry Corner introduces and spotlights the poetry of Joanne Faries, a friend and fellow Trinity Writers Workshop member. Check out her blog   www.wordsplash-joannefaries.blogspot.com.

The following is a poem by Joanne. It’s a good representation of our talent and a demonstration of why she has her poems published in so many publications.

Mine

By Joanne Faries

three wee cousins

sprites in red dresses

torn leotards, hair bows askew

dollhouse turf wars

transformed angels into

wrestlers

punishment dispensed

lectures, naps

foreclosure

Originally from the Philadelphia area, Joanne lives in Texas with her husband Ray.
Joanne has recently published her first novel, My Zoo World. It is available in both paperback and Ebook formats.
Also published in Doorknobs & Bodypaint, Off the Coast, Orange Room Review, and River Poets Journal, she has stories and poems in Shine magazine, Magnapoets, Up the Staircase, and Silver Boomer anthologies.
She is also the film critic for the Little Paper of San Saba.  This is quite a distinction since San Saba is a town with no theater.
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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 15, 2012, in Book Recommendations, Pets, Writers, Writing and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Love the idea of a poetry corner blog. This makes me so happy. Thanks for sharing. I will be sure to visit her blog, right now.

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