Judi Brannan Armbruster
Biography of Judi Brannan Armbruster
I come from a large presence on the internet to yet another site of poetry! I have beeen writing all my literate days, and grew serious in high school. But alas, a bad marriage caused serious doubts about my ability. I stopped writing for nearly three decades.
After a long and serious illness I finally began again, and have been writing now for the last 15 years.
Judi Brannan Armbruster's Works:
The Book of Hope edited by Birgitta Jonsdottir
They Call Us Indians edited by Annika Banfield
Drum Voices a publication of Southern Illinois University
A text book for lawyers studying Abuse of Native American Women
A reading test for 7th graders - Harcourt
a self published book of short poems called Terse Verse http: //www.geicities.com/jarm1948
Dare we remember the fallen,
without the knowledge of their pain,
Their sacrafice, to our gain.
Dare we remember the brave,
without understanding the choices they made,
their lives, the debt to be paid.
A life is priceless, but a cost non-the-less,
remember the fallen, and what they gave for the rest.