michele kostelnik

Rookie (December 7,1944 / Norfolk)

Biography of michele kostelnik

In junior high I started writing short stories. Soon I abandoned it all for fun and fast thrills. We were a group of rebels. It all changed in high school and business school. Poetry, books, paintings, and just the love of any type of art took over. How I miss those days. I have some poems published with poetry.com and others but have not gotten a book of my own yet. Bohemians, I mean real ones, are hard to find these days. I love Dylan, Baez, and most folk singers. One thing I would have loved to do was stay for a month at the Chelsea Hotel in New York. Loneliness comes when old friends drift apart. Lots of hard knocks in life come but people like me never really change. I do like Dorothy Parker somewhat. Regardless of any relationship we just keep on writing and reading.

michele kostelnik's Works:

Poems with International Poetry, Nobel House U.K., American Poets and others but never my own book yet.
Sometimes I wonder about letting people use your poems in their books.

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How best should I remember you?
I think of how fast lives pass...
No choice but to weep, soon
or last, be lost or caught-
Bitter still,
I'm expected to forget the tiny streets,
summer beach houses and white
washed ships rolling upon the sea.
Want some irony?

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