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Heather S. Eure
Heather S. Eure is a freelance writer and the Poetry Editor of The Burnside Writers Collective. She lives in the small rural town of Hertford, North Carolina. She arm wrestles with the grit and the grime of faith and spirituality by writing poetry and essays. Heather is also a beginning watercolorist. It’s fun, but she tends to muddy things up a bit…and somehow, that seems appropriate. Visit Heather on the web here.
The following work is Copyright © 2013, and owned by Heather S. Eure and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
Juniper in the Sand Dunes
Held high against the salt wash
Katherine Durham Oldmixon
Katherine Durham Oldmixon lives in Austin, TX, where she teaches writing and literature and directs the writing program at historic Huston-Tillotson University. She is co-director of the Poetry at Round Top Festival and a senior poetry editor for Tupelo Quarterly. Her poems appear online in Qarrtsiluni, Poemeleon, and Solstice magazines, as well as in many print journals and anthologies and in her chapbook Water Signs (Finishing Line Press, 2009).
The following work is Copyright © 2013, and owned by Katherine Durham Oldmixon and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
In those last days we brought up caracol,
When you lay frail as dry coral