“Sue's poetry delicately weaves the intricacies of life's beauty and pain – the physical and the emotional - with reverence for language, the thread so fragile yet powerful.” Marty Young Stratton
Bold, kind, clever, thought provoking. This author will carouse different, unique styles; simplicity that delivers gently or with a sting, the idiom of a sonnet, and images you can hold in your hand. These pages turn themselves.
at the feeders while it snows
from the feeders to the trees
hops towards the window
Nominated and Awarded Editors Choice Award and
National Poetry Month Ambassador by
Poetry.com and the International Library of Poetry
Published in Collected Whispers by
Poetry.com and International Library of Poetry
Published in the American Poetry Anthology,
Edited by Robert Ely
Member of the International Society of Poets
Susan has had a career in Emergency Services,
Youth Services, and Public Safety.
She is a New Hampshire native whois a sports fan, and plays and coaches ice hockey.