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Born in 1952. Live in St.Louis, Missouri. I write mostly poetic stories about people, stories, and experiences. I don't use my real name. There's already someone famous in photography with my name. The confusion would be worse. I'm happy the way it is. I have epilepsy, and still became a chemist for 1 month shy of 30 years. When the company folded I went on disability due to many health problems. I lost my retirement, and almost my home. But like that old wornout poet, I won't give up. I hope you enjoy my work. My husband often helps me pick topics and ideas. He has helped me write a few, also. I write most but he has the imagination for the funny ones. We have been married 32 years. Shakespeare wrote poetic plays to entertain. My poetic stories are meant to entertain, too. I won the daily contest for "The Old Worn Out Poet" 9-27-2010 and "The Truth of Being Born" 2-19-2011. "The Teen" was published in :Sunflowers and Seashells: Days Remembered". If some of my poems suddenly vanish it's because I'm trying to sell a few to help put my son through Nursing College.I was in the hospital again but will resume writting soon... Love to all of you I missed so much...Contact me at eastmanproperties@mindspring.com

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