Sheila Burns

Rookie (April 22,1950 - April 22,2050 / Colorado)

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Born the 4th child in a Catholic family in Grand Junction, Sheila made her first move at the tender age of 3 weeks to a 2 acre spread in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. She has young and fond memories of their life close to the land, raising chickens, cows, goats, making butter in a churn, growing vegetables, having a little brother added to the family, attending church and participating in ... more »

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Best Poem of Sheila Burns

False Identity

Holding in high esteem
My false self image
The granules of that image flow
Slipping thru the hour glass

Turning the hourglass
As many times
As repeated deceptions
And reincarnations
I insist upon,
The sand in unique arrangements
Slides thru the glass every time
Until I release the sand
Or the turning and be
The transparent glass.

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