Not unlike Emily Dickinson’s poetry, many of the poems in this collection also seem to be important for what they purposely do not say; the spaces between the lines demand thought, and then you think again while reading the line.—Dr. Alfred Dorn, director of The World Order of Narrative and Formalist Poets, former Vice President of the Poetry Society of America
Whether sharing a story, amusing us, or asking important questions, Simler’s striking poetry often has an eye for the urban, and always an ear to the heart.—Patricia Kelly, poet, Tarotphile and bloggerWith her direct style, sly humor, and subtle warmth, Sheryl H. Simler takes you places you thought you’d been before and makes you look again.—Sondra Audin Armer
by Sheryl H. Simler
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Sheryl H. Simler is a poet, monologist, singer-songwriter, actor, artist and natural foods chef from New York City. As a graduate of New York University’s School of Social Work, her poetry often reflects upon “the ways of the world” and its inhabitants. She studied the craft of writing poetry at The Hudson Guild with Sondra Audin Armer, and has been a featured poet and singer at most of the popular reading series in N.Y.C., including television and radio programs. During the past twenty years her poems have been published in over thirty literary journals and anthologies.
West 4th Street subway couple
out of luck:
his green Mohawk,
in her pierced eyebrow ring,
their parting kiss.