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written by: Sherry Howard



summer nights, dark skies,
fairies flashing through the night,
Innocence escapes

Barefoot innocence,
first days of summer and warmth,
winter yet unknown

Sherry Howard

Sherry Howard

Sherry Howard lives with her children and crazy dogs in Middletown, Kentucky, a stone's throw from the beautiful horse farms Kentucky is always bragging about. During her career in education, she served as principal in one of the largest middle schools in the US; she and cat-herders share many common skills. Sherry loves to read, write, cook, and sit in the sand watching the waves when she can. Her poems and stories have appeared in several journals and anthologies.
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