about Sherry O’Keefe
How lovely and touching this is, Sherry — especially the last line. Thanks to you and Nic for sharing this poem.
I love this poem, which I had read in Sherry’s blog. Thank you for taping it!
Thanks for stopping by, Kathleen — glad you enjoyed!
thanks christine and kathleen! it’s good to hear this poem reached out. nic did such a stirring job of reading this (thanks, nic!)
[...] by other poets. She does a brilliant job with these pieces. I’ve listened to her reading of “At Ruby’s Diner” by Sherry O’Keefe several times and it just gets better and better each [...]
Wow. The reading of this poem is just mesmerizing. I’ve listened to it a few times now.
I love what you’re doing here and I’m really enjoying your interpretations of these poems.
This is such an incredible poem…and so beautifully read.
Thanks, James and Pat, for stopping by and for the kind words. It’s a fab poem – really appreciate Sherry letting me read it here.
Back to listen to this one for the fourth time. Such a great poem!
I’ve loved this poem for a long time and love it even more now. Beautiful reading.
This is breathtaking, just breathtaking.
Risa! How lovely to see you here. Thanks for stopping by and listening to Sherry’s wonderful piece!
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This is wonderful. SInce I know Sherry lives in Montana I always heard her poems with that inflection. This is lovely – to hear in a different accent, and beautifully read!
Thank-you, Rose — appreciated your stopping by!
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