Julyn Pride Poems
- Alaska Sojourn Inherently it will throw a curve ...
- An Afternoon Of Haiku Fish In liquid wonder A sparkle of ...
- Soulmates Through the misted glass Of my silent ...
- Snow Queen She came from up there Where glaciers blue and ...
- Night Moods 10 p.m. A child is weeping Known only to those ...
- An Empty Jar She holds the world in glass. Her reflection, ...
- The Hawker Gold toed boots from another carnival, The ...
Julyn S. Pride is a minor writer and photographer of Connecticut. She was born in Rockville, CT., the daughter of Naoma Harlow Sundgren and Richard Pride Sundgren. Her birth name was June Lynne Sundgren. She married Michael A. Mita in 1977 and has one daughter, Kathleen Linnea.
The name Julyn S. Pride is a pseudonym. The name is her own creation based on her family ancestry. The name Julyn is a combination of her first and middle name, June Lynne. Her middle initial is her birth surname, Sundgren. Her last name is the surname of her grandmother, Edna May Pride. more »
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Inherently it will throw a curve
Even as I stand
At the apex of my cavalcade
That is the frozen Bering shore.
My long black coat,
All that blocks the unforgiving blow,
Wraps more tightly, an oxen yoke
Squeezing out the truth I hide.
Hatred has been my wallowing refrain.
Beside me, there lay 3 downed cups,
Reminders of what I have not done,
Pouring out that lost time as I muse to forget.
Anger and pain has grown toxic.
The winds blast from the Circle.