Biography of Mitzi Albright
grew up in small Indiana town. Married at 18 widowed at 21. Two chilren. Was forced to give first child up for adoption. Second child came after 18 months of marriage. Years of lousy relationships and never found true love after first husband died in motorcycle wreck.
Have always enjoyed writing, mostly poetry, and most inspired by life.
Live alone now, son in college. Loneliness brews good writing material...so does anger!
Mitzi Albright's Works:
Had one short story published in 'Hounds and Hunting' magazine. I was paid $50.00. They also published the 'Good-bye' poem for me in the Oct issue this year.
Mitzi Albright Poems
Taxi Driver Blues
I was thinking, contemplating Dreams of life and over rating
Barefoot flower child, Left by herself
Where You Going?
My brain is just a macramé Of twisted tangled threads
There I Stand
I travel through these streets one step after the other Looking for the time that I once knew The days just pass me by while I keep walking Searching for that road that leads to you
You think you know me so well But you’ve never lived my personal hell
Hey what you doing man I kind of need your help
Wonder how you’re doing now Are you staying warm and dry?
Where are you daddy? I’m scared of what’s happening to me
Crashing through the screen door in urgent desperation I stumble to the ground my brain in liquidation What made that sound was my investigation Must be getting paranoid to my estimation
Sitting on the side Watching time go by
Wonder how you’re doing now
Are you staying warm and dry?
I’m sorry I can’t be there
And that I never said good-bye
I hope you all still feel loved
Had to leave but don’t know why
Got thrown out of all your lives
And couldn’t say good-bye