Dick Westheimer

Bio for 2021

For over 40 years, Dick Westheimer has - in the company of his wife Debbie - lived, gardened and raised five children, on their plot of land in Clermont County, Ohio. He recently has taken up with poets and the writing of poetry to make sense of the world. His poems have appeared in Rattle, Pine Mountain Sand and Gravel, Riparian Anthology, and The New Verse News, among others.

Reason for signing up:

My friend Pauletta Hansel asked her poetry friends to be part of this. How could I refuse such a request?

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