Susie Hemingway Moursi

Rookie (1947 / London)

Biography of Susie Hemingway Moursi

Susie Hemingway Moursi has been writing poetry for a number of years but started in earnest when her husband Hamada was diagnosed with the wretched disease Multiple Myeloma. She chronicles a continuous register, in the form of poems telling of their life together and of her love for him. She has been ask to publish a anthology, this is being looked into and decisions on these works are being sought. Mostly poems of love Susie had lived in the Middle East and some of her poems are influenced by her travels and her memories of this time.
A Mother of two adult boys and Grandmother of one Grandson. Susie now lives in a small quiet rural village in Lincolnshire UK. From her windows she overlooks pasture land and stunning views of the Lincolnshire Wolds.

Susie Hemingway Moursi's Works:

Her poems have been published in various books and on various sites. Susie has also written a book about growing up in the fifties called ' And I Thought We Were Rich' Updates

I Write For You

As sun doth melt the silver days
and fresh green buds do chase away
the remnants of the chilly days,
I write for you..
you sleep and sleep my only love
you miss Spring birds and clouds above,
in dreaming slumber, days do pass and
even though against the breeze
the fragile words do come to me,

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