Linda Ori (08/13/1945 / UTAH)
Biography of Linda Ori
Born and raised in the midwest until 1975 when I moved to Utah. I began writing poetry as a student in the 60's and again in the 90's. In between, I pursued a career in nursing, and continue to do so. My poetry has been published in over a dozen poetry anthologies, by the National Library of Poetry, International Society of Poets, Mile High Poetry Society, Amherst Society. Inducted into the International Poetry Hall of Fame in 1998. Invited to read at several conventions over the past ten years, in Washington, D.C. and Disneyland. My poetry has been acknowledged by authors Neal Donald Walsch, and Gary Zukav. I write locally for friends and family, for weddings and funerals and other special occasions. I also enjoy painting and sketching. I am currently employed as an OB/GYN nurse in Price, Utah. I have three children and one grandchild.
Linda Ori's Works:
'Fruits of Inspiration Past-Present-Future'
- ' DREAMSCAPE
- ' Understand
- ' A Fine Line
- ' A Moment of Splendor
- ' And Never The Twain Shall Meet
- ' Infinite Depths Of Heaven
- ' One Fine Day
- ' ANTICIPATION
- ' AWAKENING
- ' DARK SURRENDER
- ' How Do I Reach You?
- ' Is It Ever Too Late?
- ' LAST FAREWELL
- ' LAST NIGHT
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You wander through my dreams -
A ghost of a thought drifting in and out
Coloring my sleep with sunshine and shadow,
You fill my unconscious mind -
Every waking hour, every word I speak,
Every step I take is guided by your hand;
You're never far from me -
A memory creeps in and silently slips away
Taking my spirit along to a place in my dreams;