Poems from Sharon Harrison

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Someone once told me that the best times come from the hardest times. I believe that this is true. I discovered poetry at the lowest point in my life, and now use it to express the whole kaleidoscope of my world. Poems are the opposite of the scenic route. They dive in and dig deep, touching where it hurts and where the healing begins. All humans have poetry - poems are the music that flows through our veins - but some people are tone-deaf. Listen to yourself. There's a lot to hear.
A leaf spirals down Glint red-gold Brittle brown Above the park pavement. The children pause Pensive watching Still as stone Observing it...