Elizabeth Wrobel


Biography of Elizabeth Wrobel

I live in the Northwoods of Michigan where I spend my time with my head in the clouds writing and dreaming. One of my favorite poems is: A Poem in Your Pocket by Beatrice Schenk de Regniers. Long before there was a National Poem in your Pocket Day, I was carrying poems in my pocket. Real poems and poems I wrote myself. Now, I can call my poems real poems. They have been published in ezines, online, read on the radio, and sold in a retail store. Ive also had short stories published in books and magazines, including Bread for Gods Children and Boys Quest.

Elizabeth Wrobel's Works:

Follow Your Heart - a self-published collection of poetry.

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Georgia Rain

Walking down the street,
Puddles forming at my feet.
Taking a big juicy bite,
Of a Georgia Peach so ripe.
Puddles forming along the edge of a Georgia street,
Soft tapping on the roof creating a soothing beat.
Droplets splattering from the trees up high,
Suddenly a rainbow arches itself across the sky.
Rain supplies a drink for something so sweet,

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