Breakwall

Rocks rough on fleshy feet
I jump stone to stoneMountain stream
closer to the edge following
the full moon that spills light
on cresting waves. Finally
they returned. The muses frolic–
laughing and singing a tune
that only we knew

Sharon Palmeri
Copyright Library of Congress 2000

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About Sharon

Sharon Palmeri received her BS degree in English and journalism from Indiana University Northwest and IU Bloomington. As a published author she has taught in all areas of writing for 20+ years, and has had over two hundred articles and stories published in magazines and newspapers. She freelances as a ghost writer, editor, book doctor, publicist, and publication consultant. She also has worked as content editor, adviser and book layout designer.
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