Monthly Archives: October 2016

October 16 – 30, 2016: A change in schedule

Please access the archive during the next two weeks.  I am caring for two energetic grandchildren in their parents’ absence–and (no surprise) there is a shortage of “quiet” time to write! See you in early November, Sharon Bray

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For the Week of October 9, 2016: Revision: A Chance to See Life Differently

Revision is a big part of my life  every day of the week.  For the past several days, I’ve been “tinkering” with some poems I’ve been writing–changing words, reworking a stanza, even deleting ones that earlier, I liked, but now, … Continue reading

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For the Week of October 2, 2016: The Lost & Found of the Cancer Experience

“Before you know what kindness really is,” poet Naomi Shihab Nye tells us, “you must lose things…”  It’s one of poems I began with this past week at the weekly session of the Moores UCSD Cancer Center group.  The week … Continue reading

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