Nancy Terrell Poems
- Turning Seventy a crossroads - explaining - exhilaration ...
- Mothers Day And so we will soon celebrate Mother's Day ...
- I Am The Grandmother I am the granddaughter to my old ...
- Mid Life Reflections Mid-life Reflections Mid-life is ...
- Order Having lived with a lovely amount of contentment with ...
- Wasting Time Is time really something one can waste? ...
- Messinna MESSINA In the 60's and 70's I used to love to ...
According to Wikipedia -
Nancy Clendenin Terrell was born in Richmond, Virginia, in 1940 to James Emmett Terrell, Executive Vice President of Mead Johnson Company and Nannie Belle Clendenin. On the Terrell side she traces her family back to President Thomas Jefferson (her 8th great uncle) whose sister, Martha, is Nancy's 8th great grandmother. Nancy is an internationally known journalist whose articles featuring cruising and life in the greater Caribbean are widely read. She is a graduate of DePauw University where she was a member of Kappa Kapppa Gamma and holds a Master of Arts Degree in Literature from the University of Southern Mississippi where she was an honors student. Her ... more »
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a crossroads -
upon turning 70
finally taken seriously
a years difference
lastly, an elder
in younger years
a detriment to women
“Have you really thought about this, honey? ? ”
never said today
brilliant or demented?
theories held constant
into popular beliefs
a part of today’s culture
a few decades
make the difference?
nere flighty, spacey...