Biography of Norah Comerio
Writing fiction and prose poetry since the age of ten, Norah M. Comerio is one of the most promising writers to come out of the Detroit area. She grew up on the northeast side of the city with a brief stint in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, during fifth grade. There, with her first public library card in hand, she discovered two of her idols: Alfred Hitchcock and Edgar Allan Poe. A seasoned student of all things literary, she is currently attending Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Michigan. There she will obtain a Masters in English and hopes to one day teach her craft to others; inspiring another generation to find their voices in writing.
Norah Comerio's Works:
Work by Norah M. Comerio has been published by the English Department at Macomb Community College in Warren, Michigan and through the magazine “Scrap” founded by the Creative Writing Club at the same school in 2002.
Norah Comerio Poems
Husssh now and pull that strength up from your soul. Don’t be frettin’ now
Now That I Know
You feel like home and I’ve been away for a long time.
I feel safe here at Angela’s. She’s the kind of person I who throws her arms open to you. No questions asked. Angela would do anything for me.
I feel safe here at Angela’s.
She’s the kind of person I who throws her arms open to you.
No questions asked.
Angela would do anything for me.
She said so.
I am unworthy of a friend like her.
I have nothing to give in return.
Unless chaos, tears, drama and snot become valuable commodities.