Bio for 2019

Named by her father, who once was an avid climber, during an expedition to the Grand Tetons in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. On a particularly trying start to the day, his coffee froze solid in an insulated thermos while tackling the first of the two peaks planned for that day, so he took a respite in the Meadow. There he stretched in the soft grass, amongst confetti spread flowers and watched a deer take slow sips from a musical stream, just feet away.

Reason for signing up:

lexpomo has become a signpost that marks the start of summer - i’m all for it

Poems Submitted This Year:


Participated in the 2016 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2016 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge

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