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Poetry Corner | A Dozen Days (Without You)

Love ’em and leave ’em: what happens when you have to let go? Julia Park Tracey examines love and loss through a dozen days of reflection.

Tuesday, April 18

A Dozen Days (Without You), Tuesday, April 18, Julia Park Tracey
Wednesday, April 19

A Dozen Days (Without You), Wednesday, April 19, Julia Park Tracey

Thursday, April 20

A Dozen Days (Without You), Thursday, April 20, Julia Park Tracey

Friday, April 21

A Dozen Days (Without You), Friday, April 21, Julia Park Tracey

Saturday, April 22

A Dozen Days (Without You), Saturday, April 22, Julia Park Tracey

Sunday, April 23

A Dozen Days (Without You), Sunday, April 23, Julia Park Tracey

Ecstasia  (Monday, April 24)

A Dozen Days (Without You), Ecstasia (Monday, April 24), Julia Park Tracey

Indulge Me  (Tuesday, April 25)

A Dozen Days (Without You), Indulge Me (Tuesday, April 25), Julia Park Tracey

What Are You Doing Right Now?  (Wednesday, April 26)

A Dozen Days (Without You), What Are You Doing Right Now (Wednesday, April 26), Julia Park Tracey

Thursday, April 27

A Dozen Days (Without You), Thursday, April 26, Julia Park Tracey

Friday, April 28

A Dozen Days (Without You), Friday, April 28, Julia Park Tracey

Saturday, April 29

A Dozen Days (Without You), Saturday, April 29, Julia Park Tracey

* With many thanks to the beautiful Anne Sexton and her series, 18 Days Without You.

Julia Park Tracey is an award-winning writer, editor and journalist. Amaryllis: Collected Poems is available on Amazon. Her poetry has appeared in Oakland Out LoudTwo Worlds Walking (New Rivers Press, 1994), Spectrum (England), Americas Review (Berkeley), Atticus Review, Cicada, Green Fuse, Ruah, Sacred River, Prophetic Voices, Protea Poetry Journal, Caprice, New Cicada(Japan), Tattoo Highway and other publications. Visit her at www.juliaparktracey.com. She lives in Alameda and the Russian River Valley, CA.

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Tomi L. Wiley is the Poetry and Short Fiction Editor for Sweatpants & Coffee.com. She has written and edited for media including Southern Living and Oxford American magazines, has been published in the literary anthologies Milk & Ink: a Mosaic of Motherhood, Telling Tales, Maypop and the Southeast Review, has coordinated panels for the Southern Festival of Books, spoken on the creative writing process at Middle Tennessee State University and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and is a past president of the Tennessee Writers Alliance. She lives in Knoxville, where she is writing her first novel with the help of lots of wine, goat cheese and the Barefoot Contessa.

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